We watched in amazement as the feeding frenzy culminated in diving birds, the leaping of common dolphins, and the sound of whales breathing.
As he propelled himself around with his tail the size of a small oak tree, we felt the turbulence from it wash over and around us.
It soon became clear the dolphins weren’t going anywhere.
Upon approach we noticed one whale turned to two… then three… then eight!
This is a land of surprises and illusions. Entering the desert gives one a sense of magnitude while still feeling small, a sense of vastness while still having to watch out for your next step through the Cholla.