Singapore: Shooting it Like a Pro

Botanic Garden

Travel Munshi Amhed for TIME
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Singapore has a long history of preserving nature — its first botanic garden was established in 1822 by the country's founder, Sir Stamford Raffles. Shooting in the modern Singapore Botanic Gardens, which occupy 157 acres, Ahmed used a 12 mm wide-angle lens for this shot of one of the garden's trees. For scale, there's a jogger at the upper right of the frame.

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