10 Incredible Photos from Joseph Dsilva

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Joseph Dsilva is an amateur landscape photographer who got into traveling, hiking and backpacking as an escapade from his Silicon Valley day job. He used to snap pictures using an Olympus ultra-zoom, and people used to ask what SLR he owned. Eventually, he made the plunge 3 years ago and bought himself a 5D Mk II. It’s been a fascinating journey ever since for him being able to experiment and learn the various techniques to capture the art of light.

If you would like to see more of Joseph’s work, check out his Facebook, Google+, and Flickr Photostream.

Run Forest, run

Run Forest, run

A stolen sunset.

A stolen sunset.

Lets Light up the mountains ...

Lets Light up the mountains …

A mountain of a reflection...

A mountain of a reflection…

Palouse falls.

Palouse falls.

Star trails and Star tails.

Star trails and Star tails.

The chandelier

The chandelier

A sunset at cloud's rest.

A sunset at cloud’s rest.

The famous Heidenreich Dairy Barn.

The famous Heidenreich Dairy Barn.

General Sherman Tree

General Sherman Tree

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  1. Libby Walkup

    Nice work. I particularly love the barn.

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  2. Delbensonphotgraphy

    Stolen sunset is so amazing! The Palouse falls and Let’s Light up the mountain are my favorite. They are so beautiful. These are well captured and great composition.

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  3. Tamojit Ghosh

    Amazing stuff…the mountain scenery shots are great …I have used 35mm …70mm in The past but these are great…keep up the good work..

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