Anacapa is one of the smallest among the Channel islands, and it is mainly composed of volcanic rocks. It is also known for its famous forty-foot high Arch Rock at the eastern end of the island. I took this photos during a project about the Channel Islands. My goal was to show in one single photo the beauty of this remarkable place above and below water. I needed perfect conditions, good visibility, strong sun and calm water for the reflection, I went back to Anacapa several times before getting this photo, which became an iconic image of the Channel Islands and It is displayed permanently at the Channel Islands National Park visitor center in California.