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A peaceful new year’s eve in India, with the Nokia 808 PureView

A lot of people spend most of their day in the cold on the last day of the year. Some countries are covered with gorgeous white snow, some suffer from a tremendous amount of rain that has fallen. Many people will have a hard time believing these shots were not taken in spring or summer: nature seems to be abundant forever in India.

My friend Chani Mehrotra spent the last day of the year in Native Place in Kamshet and she made some beautiful, peaceful shots there. She posted them all in a special set on Flickr, and I’m happy to share a lot of them here at the PureViewclub. To me they represent peace and quiet nearing the end of the year…

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12 Responses

  1. Chani

    Thanks guys :)

  2. pulkit076

    amazing photos with amazing details (as one expects from 808). Second one, Sixth and the last one are my favorites :)

  3. michael

    The 808 is fantastic, really enjoy it:-)

  4. Mimi

    Beautiful nature, capturing beautifully by Nokia 808.

  5. James

    Beatiful pictures, really amazing:-)

  6. torcida

    Nice Pictures!!

    @ Marc:
    Here some new pics of fireworks at new year’s eve: http://www.flickr.com/photos/dlucic/sets/72157632433464027/

    If you like you can share it!!

    Best regards :)

  7. what lovely pictures, and what a breathtaking sunset.

  8. Chani

    Thanks for the post, Marc. And you’ve hit the nail on the head – it was very peaceful, very serene there :)

    • Marc @PureViewClub

      You’re welcome, as always. Seems to me you’re the one hitting the nail on the head though :-)

  9. Alex

    Really nice photos!

    Did you take these pictures with automatic settings? or did you manually adjusted the ISO etc.?

    • Chani

      I usually take a few photos of the same subject on Auto and on other settings as well (mainly to escape correcting later), but then keep the ones I like once I’ve viewed all on my laptop. Creative mode is much more fun than Auto, like setting WB to Cloudy can give slightly warm and pumped, slightly unreal colours.