Islamabad, as never seen before

Published: January 19, 2016
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On a clear day with some clouds the views of sunrise and sunset are stunning.

Here I take you through a visual journey of Islamabad never seen before. For some of these photos I have had to go to Margalla hills and then hike just to capture the sunrise. On a clear day with some clouds the views of sunrise and sunset are stunning.

Colorful sunrise view from Loh-e-Dandi / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

View Towards Faizabad interchange from Zero point, Islamabad after rain / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Witnessing the sunrise from Margalla hills / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

View towards Shah Faisal Mosque from Zero point after rain / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

View of Islamabad from Loh-e-Dandi top / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Stunning sunset view from Pakistan monument / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Gorgeous sunrise view from Margalla hills / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Romantic atmosphere at Margalla road / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Margalla road view after rain / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Last sunset of 2015 at Shah Faisal Mosque / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Full moon over Pakistan monument / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

Beautiful view of Islamabad after sunrise / Photo: Sher Ali Photography

What do you think about the beauty of Islamabad (leave your comments below)?

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Sher Ali Saafi

Sher Ali Saafi

The author is a software engineer by profession, avid traveler, hard core trekker, passionate landscape photographer and WordPress Rockstar. When not at work he can be found in the wilderness of northern areas of Pakistan. He tweets at @tsilenttraveler (twitter.com/tsilenttraveler). The author can be found on the following forums; Travel blog (thesilenttraveler.com/) Instagram account (instagram.com/sheraliphotography/) Facebook (facebook.com/sheraliphotography) Personal photography website (sheraliphotography.com/)

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