Salvador Dali lived in a Canvas World like no other. He created
a mind bending universe full of melting images and distorted reality in
which anything goes. If Dali was going to paint surrealistic images of
dolphins, they might look something like this.
Out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, the water is clear. If no
wind is blowing, the seas become nearly flat and pictures of dolphins take
on a surrealistic quality.
This dolphin family consisted of mom, dad, and child swimming along in sync
in crystal clear water. In this part of the Atlantic, the water is
over five-thousand feet deep, and you probably could have still seen the
dolphins swimming even if they were fifty feet under water.
The young dolphin on the left will soon have more friends to play with
because several of the largest dolphins were obviously with child. The
clarity of the water and calmness of the seas made it possible to pick out
the pregnant females from the rest of the pod.
Small, medium, large, and extra large "Dali Dolphins" in
the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
No camera tricks or Photoshop filters were used in these
pictures. They are simply dolphins in the wild on a calm day in the
Atlantic Ocean. The bottom picture is what we usually see as dolphins
cavort along in front of Exit Only as we sail the seven seas.