Islamabad, as never seen before

I have had to go to Margalla hills and then hike just to capture the sunrise.

Sher Ali Saafi January 19, 2016
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
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Javaria Syed | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend Beautiful Pakistan...MA SHAA ALLAH
Waqas | 4 years ago | Reply | Recommend An extremely one sided view of the city dear sir. Is beauty just the nature around you or are the people just as important a part of city life? I agree that the countryside and the weather bestowed on the people of the city are breathtaking but I would never settle for it for the elitist culture that the city lives and breathes.
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