We will see something that’s going to happen — that’s going to happen underwater — because it’s almost impossible to react. It’s not like on the surface when the camera comes up with pictures taken in one liquid motion. Underwater we’re pushing something the size of a toaster oven. And we have to anticipate.  But when it happens, it’s amazing. The sea lions circled by the salema. The clownfish, the male clownfish guarding the eggs of the young and aerating them. It’s a picture I waited — I worked on it for ten years to see if it was going to happen.