Breathtaking Underwater Photograhy By Tim Davis – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Breathtaking Underwater Photograhy By Tim Davis

“My biggest fear is that I will become stagnant and stale so staying near the edge if not hanging over it is where I want to be most days.” says photographer Tim Davis about his work. Perhaps this is why he got so into underwater portraits–because so few people do them.

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