Scientific Photography Contest 2ºESO

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THE NEST. Birds are oviparous animals as they lay eggs. Scientists belive that they evolved from theropod dinosaurs. Birds can adapt  to any environment even to cities. By L. Muñoz-2ºESO B

THE NEST. Birds are oviparous animals as they lay eggs. Scientists belive that they evolved from theropod dinosaurs. Birds can adapt to any environment even to cities. By L. Muñoz-2ºESO B

ENVIRONMENT.  A place in Cordoba before (right) and after (left). There are a lot of pollution in the world.  The pollution is produced by human activity. Tons of carbon dioxide are thrown to the atmosphere. It´s very dangerous for living beings. By M. Rojo 2ºESO B

ENVIRONMENT. A place in Cordoba before (right) and after (left). There are a lot of pollution in the world. The pollution is produced by human activity. Tons of carbon dioxide are thrown to the atmosphere. It´s very dangerous for living beings. By M. Rojo 2ºESO B

FIRE.  Fire is the heat and light produced by combustion. The fire is created from a chemical oxidation reaction. This  generates flames and the emanation of water vapour and carbon dioxide.  By S. Zamora-2ºESO B

FIRE. Fire is the heat and light produced by combustion. The fire is created from a chemical oxidation reaction. This generates flames and the emanation of water vapour and carbon dioxide. By S. Zamora-2ºESO B

THE TRANSFORMATION. A resin can pass from liquid to solid state, in this case it is a chemical reaction, reactants change into products. By M. Pozo-2ºESO B

THE TRANSFORMATION. A resin can pass from liquid to solid state, in this case it is a chemical reaction, reactants change into products. By M. Pozo-2ºESO B

CLOUDS IN A SUNSET. Colours' sky are red, orange... because the sun is behind the clouds. This type of clouds are cumulus and cumulunimbus. The colors are formed because the clouds are made not only of water, but also of gases like nitrogen and oxigen that scatter the blue and violet in all directions, while orange and reds' travel in straight line. The result is a spectacular sky. By J. Estepa 2ºESO B

CLOUDS IN A SUNSET. Colours' sky are red, orange... because the sun is behind the clouds. This type of clouds are cumulus and cumulunimbus. The colors are formed because the clouds are made not only of water, but also of gases like nitrogen and oxigen that scatter the blue and violet in all directions, while orange and reds' travel in straight line. The result is a spectacular sky. By J. Estepa 2ºESO B

ABBAS IBN FIRNAS. This bridge is dedicated to Abbás Ibn Firnás. He was a scientist, chemist  and  inventor,  born in 810, lived in the Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba, he died in 887. The crater Ibn Firnas on the Moon is named in his honor By J. Santiago-2ºESO B

ABBAS IBN FIRNAS. This bridge is dedicated to Abbás Ibn Firnás. He was a scientist, chemist and inventor, born in 810, lived in the Umayyad Emirate of Cordoba, he died in 887. The crater Ibn Firnas on the Moon is named in his honor By J. Santiago-2ºESO B

CLOUDS. The clouds cast their shadow on the field by the sun. By A. Romero-2ºESO B

CLOUDS. The clouds cast their shadow on the field by the sun. By A. Romero-2ºESO B

A HAPPY BEE. Pollination: pollen grains are transferred from the stamens to the ovules of the ovary. There are two types of pollination; Anemophily pollination (by wind) or Entomophily pollination (by insects or animals). This one is entomophily. By S. Rodríguez-2ºESO A

A HAPPY BEE. Pollination: pollen grains are transferred from the stamens to the ovules of the ovary. There are two types of pollination; Anemophily pollination (by wind) or Entomophily pollination (by insects or animals). This one is entomophily. By S. Rodríguez-2ºESO A

COMBUSTION.  The incense is burning. This produces water vapour and carbon dioxide, that is a polluting gas. The combustion of the incense releases light and thermal energy, as well. By R. Crespo-2ºESO A

COMBUSTION. The incense is burning. This produces water vapour and carbon dioxide, that is a polluting gas. The combustion of the incense releases light and thermal energy, as well. By R. Crespo-2ºESO A

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