Snowy by Zeeshan waqas

Category: Nature

Winter in the Northern areas of Pakistan. Picture taken at Tangir in Gilgit Baltistan

Photo ID: SPC384

Published in Science Photo Contest

Green Insect by Maryam Javed

Category: Nature

Look at the bark of a redwood, and you see moss. If you peer beneath the bits and pieces of the moss, you'll see toads, small insects, a whole host of life that prospers in that miniature environment. A lumberman will look at a forest and see so many board feet of lumber. I see a living city.
Sylvia Earle

Photo ID: SPC402

Published in Science Photo Contest

Incredible Robert by Omar Masood Khan

Category: Nature

Robert (Turtle) currently living in my house was found all alone in the drain canal of Warsak 6 years ago. He is now happy and a good friend of mine!

Photo ID: SPC383

Published in Science Photo Contest

Creature " Gaudy Grasshopper" by Ammad Ahmed

Category: Nature

I saw this colorful creature sitting on the farm fence in Memon Goth , Karachi. As it's eye catching i took this snap of Gaudy grasshopper.
My message for you guyz " Nature is the art of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala,  save it."

Photo ID: SPC414

Published in Science Photo Contest

Sunset in GIKI by Muhammad Sami Haider

Title: Sunset in GIKI
Category: Scientific phenomena
Description: Rayleigh scattering- greater scattering of blue and violet radiations coming from sun in atmosphere (mainly by Nitrogen and Oxygen) due to greater distance covered by sunlight during sunset/sunrise. Only longer wavelength i.e red light is more observed at sunset/sunrise.

Photo ID: SPC395

Published in Science Photo Contest

Honey Bees Natural Colony Manha

Honey Bees colony is the best example of team work were every one plays it own designated role end bring up honey

 Photo ID: SPC436


Published in Science Photo Contest

"Shocking" Beauty by Hamza Belal Kazi

Category: Nature

Lightning, one of the incredible and strong forces of nature, along with being dangerous it is also one of the most beautiful natural phenomenon to look at.This picture was taken using continuous burst mode.Captures like this require patience on the part of the photographer.

Photo ID: SPC401

Published in Science Photo Contest
Page 1 of 3

Science Photo Contest 2014



Science photo contest partners:  National Academy of Young Scientists (NAYS) Microbiology association of Pakistan