One day we went to a place called Bald Point. While we were sitting in the sand I noticed the mullet were jumping and seemed agitated. This is always a sure sign of some predator in the water. "Keep your eyes open for a shark or a dolphin or a pilot whale," I said to Carole.
Sure enough, we soon saw a dorsal fin cutting the water as a predator chased the mullet. I tried my best to get a photo of it, but managed only one, blurry shot. It was a dolphin.
(Look to the right in the photo.)
|After about 20 attempts I catch one blurry image of the hunting dolphin.|
|Cropped photo of the dorsal fin.|
|Looking back toward Carole and hordes of humans on the beach.|
|A gull checks us out.|
|"The humans have not detected me!"|
|Large flocks of Brown pelicans periodically passed over the beach.|
|Carole endures the crowds.|