This is one of three images I made during the funeral of our Founding Father, Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
This image was conceived after the initial idea had to be scrapped due to City Hall being too crowded. This image contains two very important elements in the work of the late Mr Lee, where he mooted and executed two (of many more) valiant ideas - a) Multi-storey living b) A Garden City. Farewell Mr Lee. May your passing inspire the people of Singapore to live out their lives as One United People.
Mr Lee was Singapore's first Prime Minister, serving with passion and determination since 1962. He was 91 during his passing on 23 Mar 2015. The nation mourned for 7 days, where we saw Singapore come together in honour of him, visiting him during the Lying-in-State at the Parliment House in City Hall, Singapore.
He will always be remembered.
Technical notes: Mamiya RZ67 Pro, 50/4.5 Mamiya C-Sekor
Kodak TriX rated at 1600, developed at 800 with Ilford DDX.