PM Lee’s latest set of photos makes Jurong Lake look like the new Instagram destination
Photography skills: Asian.
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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?
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?
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?
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?
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.