Albany Rock on the Northwest end of Santiago Island is a small crescent shaped island. On both the west and east sides the points gradually slope down to a 150' sandy bottom. Large groups of pacific barracuda school in the currents. Sea lions playfully disrupt the polarity of schools of juvenile fish that seem to be everywhere.
The macro photographer will find this site rewarding as you might still find the tiny blennies that make their home in their abandoned barnacles. Wide-angle photographers will also enjoy the sea lions, turtles, large schools of fish, and an occasional eagle ray.