The location was main street in JP Nagar; it was a residential street 20 years ago. Has become highly commercialized, now. Most residential buildings [single family homes] have been converted into 3 and 4 storied commercial buildings. The weather this morning was a pleasant 50 to 60 deg F. Heavily overcast and the light was diffused. Very Monsoonish, clouds from the Northeast. Film used: ORWO UN54. Developer used: Home Brew. Exposures at 1/125sec at F/5.6 to F/8.0. Camera used: Praktica Nova 1B. Has a built in Selenium meter that works still after some 45 years. Lens is Meyer Oreston 50mm F/1.8. Has Auto or manual switch and a preview button on the side. One peculiar item in this camera is that the automatic aperture mechanism is linked only to the shutter release lever. It is not coupled to the shutter timing cycle, unlike in the L-series. So one has to keep the shutter button pressed until the exposure cycle is over, as indicated by the mirror return. Otherwise the picture will get exposed at full aperture about half way through. Many people dislike this camera and the entire Nova series. However, the Nova 1 series is different from the earlier Nova in regard to the shutter mechanism. It does not use the pin and wheel system but uses a non-rotating dial, the speeds being set by a cam and a pendulum. Many from Britain and Europe seem to adore this camera even to the extent of discovering musical notes in the shutter cocking mechanism! [The springs make some ringing noise; the rest is musical extrapolation by the enthusiast.] I find the camera handy, though not great in looks or finish. It takes good pictures too! here are some samples.