Well, well — look who’s becoming one heck of a photographer?

None other than our continually-levelling-up Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, who before traipsing around Russia took a walk around Jurong Lake.

1. That photo headlining this story?

By him.

2. This picturesquely vivid green fern with a beautifully light leafy shade, over a pristine lake, with boardwalk and buildings in the distance, complete with gorgeously-arced water spray?

Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page
Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page

Also by him.

 

3. This unreal but perfect framing of the group of buildings mirrored perfectly in the lake, against a lovely sunset sky, in a gap between these sturdy trees, bowing gracefully to the bend of a fish-eye lens? 

Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page
Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page

Yep, shot by him too.

4. And how about this, which shows off not only shallow depth of field but also a composition that guides your eye in a spiral — from the top left-hand corner of the photo, you follow the curvature of the tree, up until you reach the twin pagodas?

Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page
Photo by PM Lee, from his Facebook page

Yep, you guessed it.

He also posted a creative lake reflection image as an individual #guesswhere post:

Not half bad.

Check out his other pictures from Jurong Lake here:


New Instagram destination, anyone?

 

Top photo by PM Lee and from PM Lee’s Facebook page.

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