The light was a giant glare. The only reason I knew a second Dolphin was in front of me was the sound of a blow hole.
There was a few fast spins to confuse any fish. All the shore in front of me was old Oyster shells, too sharp for the Dolphin or me.
A big splash with his tail and he was suddenly gone.
I did spot both later heading back down the inlet to the ocean.
As I’ve said before, you never know what you might see out there.