Hi, I'm a new writer attempting my first novel, written in Third Person Limited. This is a real newbie question... Golden rule: Do not head-hop from one character to another in the same scene. Ok, I get that. But I have a problem - My scene involves the protagonist (a police inspector) describing a search of a well, down which a diver descends to look for evidence. I want the reader to experience from the diver's eyes what it's like to go down into that dark place. But to do this I would have to violate the 'one POV per scene rule. How should I tackle this?