World Photography Day: Celebrate the photographer in you at these spots in India
On World Photography Day, we want to help you get the best shots for your social media page. So here’s a list of some of the best locations in India to get that perfect Insta shot.Updated: Aug 19, 2018 09:28 IST
There’s a photographer hidden in each one of you. Don’t believe me? Just take a quick look at your Instagram page - there are beautiful landscapes, kitschy shots with dramatic backgrounds, shots of yummy food and those #followmeto shots. So, on World Photography Day, we want to help you get the best shots for your page. So here’s a list of some of the best locations in India to get that perfect Insta shot.
This beautiful land of varied and dramatic landscape tops the list. It is one of the most picturesque places in India. The crystal clear water of Pangong Tso lake, the Zanskar River and the magnetic hill are all fantastic locations to click great photos. The best time is to visit between April to June and December to January.
Valley of Flowers
Valley Of Flowers in Uttarakhand is one of the best places to liven up your Instagram feed. From the beginning of the trek from Govindghat to the time when you’re in the valley, every sight offers something new. This place is bound to make you fall in love with its beauty.
One of the most unusual towns in the country, Pondicherry offers kitschy walls with art and historical quarters that are the perfect backdrop for your photos. The town is full of beautiful French aesthetics. Don’t miss heading down to Auroville and check out the artistic homes of the people who live there. Best time to visit is during winters.
Vibrant, colourful, beautiful, Jaipur is a great destination for some amazing travel shots. The forts and palaces are totally going to up your Instagram game.
Beautiful beaches, clean and green islands and coral reefs, Andaman can compete with any top beach destination in the world. So, if you’re a beach person, you need to show your love on your Insta page. The turquoise blue water, white sand will add dramatic effect to your photos.
One of the oldest living cities in India, Varanasi is a mini universe in itself. The Old World charm, aghoris around the Ganges and the evening arti are worth travelling all the way.
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