Photographer and filmmaker based in Bellingham, Washington State. Dylanfurstphoto@gmail.com
The more you look, the less you see
Keep your childlike wonder alive through all phases of life.
Diamonds in the ice. There’s still some time left to apply for the East Greenland photography workshop I’m leading alongside my talented friends @hannes_becker and @benjaminhardman. We will be living on a wooden sailboat for the week, getting up close and personal with some of the most unique views on earth. This trip will be quite the life experience and we’d love to share it with you. The link in my bio has all the info! 🇬🇱
It was quite an eye opening and humbling experience traveling to Chernobyl, Ukraine, on assignment for @Nvidiageforceuk and @metrovideogame. Chernobyl is regarded as one of the worst nuclear disasters, ultimately caused by a nuclear reactor catching fire that released deadly radioactive particles that spread across Eastern Europe. This accident forced people from their homes without any warning or any indication of danger, as hidden by the former Soviet Union's iron curtain of secrecy. The victims were told they could return home in three days time, but in reality they would never be able to return again. It has been over 32 years since the accident, but the area surrounding the plant will remain too toxic to inhabit for many more thousands of years. As technology advances, the lines of reality and the digital world become more blurred and even though my visit to this area was short, it has left a profound impact on myself that will carry with me throughout the rest of my life. #partner
Join @benjaminhardman, @hannes_becker and myself on a week long sailing expedition & photography workshop through Scoresbysund in the East of Greenland. Space is limited, so this will be an intimate and unique opportunity to learn about our techniques and processes as we travel by sailboat through one of the largest fjord systems on the planet. More details on this expedition can be found at the link in our bios! 🇬🇱
Four eagles, perfectly placed. I’m not sure if this was a coincidence or if they’re just best friends.
Living in a balance of two extremes. Quietly creating on a path of self discovery, finding purpose through life’s biggest tests. Living present and centered, practicing patience and trusting the universe. My mind is foggy, but I’m finding myself in the mist.
Make the most out of this dimension
A place to forget about time and simply breathe in and out. As the hours passed by, it only felt like a few minutes. A perfect adventure in stillness.
In the presence of the largest tree on planet earth. Standing 275ft tall with a circumference of 102ft, this 2200 year old Sequoia is one of the most humbling sights I’ve ever seen. Wherever you go, please respect the environment and the laws that protect it. The earth has never relied on humans, but now it’s up to us to save it. Happy earth day.
Come with me to Greenland! I’m very excited to announce that I will be leading a @momenttravel photography workshop in Greenland with my good friend @benjaminhardman. This August we will be spending a week aboard a sailboat, sailing and exploring fjords in the east of Greenland. This is a once in a lifetime trip and the itinerary is a dream. Check out the link in my or @momenttravel‘s bio to see more details on the trip and how you can reserve your spot. Space is limited! Hope to see you in Greenland! 🇬🇱
Holding onto the winter vibes just a little bit longer