Inspired by Tim Winton's Blueback (Chapter 1 p.5-6):
He fell back into the water with a cold crash. A cloud of bubbles swirled around him, clinging to his skin like pearls. Then he cleared his snorkel -phhht!-and rolled over to look down on the world underwater.
Great round boulders and dark cracks loomed below. Tiny silver fish hung in nervous schools. Seaweed trembled in the gentle current. Orange starfish and yellow plates of coral glowed from the deepest slopes where his mother was already gliding like a bird.
Abel loved being underwater.
5/6M give his style of writing a good go. Here is one we wrote together on the sensation of landing on the moon for the very first time.
She leapt off the lunar module, legs cramped from weeks of travel and orbit. Amazed at the weightless freedom, seemingly taking forever to land on cushioned soil. Sunlight glittered moon dust clouded the star littered sky. Om--the only sound that punctuated the vast silence; my breathing.