Little Armstrong Fish Balls


I shot this one last weekend whilst free diving through a cave at Little Armstrong. My wife and I spent our honeymoon in this little bay on my first boat called ‘Reckless….Don’t Be So’!

It was then and still is a very special bay to me and is a great snorkel for anyone venturing over to Rotto!

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11 Responses to Little Armstrong Fish Balls

  1. Ailsa says:

    Beautiful . Love the light and the fish and the beautiful colour. 🙂

  2. Kym Gow says:

    Hey Markie Mark, if your free on Sunday late avo, why not call over to our place. We are having an Aussie Day bash for a few friends with some nice food, good music and great people!

  3. Ian Wiese says:

    Sorry Mark – I couldn’t work out which one were the males!

  4. Ian Wiese says:

    You seem to have had a ball at Rotto – starkers most of the time I see!

  5. Top image Mark – really captures that magic feeling that you get being amongst it from below the surface.

  6. There’s no better way to capture that photo. You were definitely in the right place and at the right time. By the way, where is Little Armstrong located? I am a diver too and I am always in search of diving spots that are not too mainstream, preferably hidden ones that only the locals know.

    • Rottnest Island off Perth, in Western Australia Angela…thanks for the comment! 🙂

      This spot is off Dyer Island on the South eastern side of Rottnest Island.