3. “I knew immediately that this was something special and not the kind of thing that you get to see every day,” said Davison. “The first thing that came to mind was that I wanted to do it justice in the images I created.”
10. Davison’s camera died after 15 shots, which he described as a blessing and a curse: “It was a timely reminder to put the camera down once in a while and remember why I’m underwater in the first place.”
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