Breathtaking Dark Moody Landscapes by Dylan Furst

Dylan Furst is a photographer from the Pacific Northwest, heavily inspired by the darker and rainy days that frequent his home in Bellingham, Washington State. By adapting to this environment, the imminent days of rain become a time of growth and creating. While travel plays a big part in his photography. He believes a simple shift in perspective can turn the smallest details into works of art, in destinations around the world and in your own backyard.

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The setting moon from the other morning, just as it was dropping below the tree line. This was one of the last photos I took in 2018. I was hoping I would catch a bird flying in front of the moon, but I hadn’t realized I actually succeeded until I brought the photos back to my computer and saw it soaring between the trees. You can see it if you look closely. This past year was full of signs from the universe and personal growth, which I could write a whole novel about, but I’ll keep it short for now. While I’ve been focusing a lot on being mindful and present in the moment, a new year doesn’t feel much different, but I’m excited to start with a blank canvas and fresh energy going into 2019. I have a lot I’ve been working towards and a lot of new challenging projects that I’m excited to share more about soon. I’m grateful to be going through life connected with all of you through art and photography, it’s a special feeling and I’m forever grateful for each and every one of you. I hope everyone has a safe New Year’s Eve and I’ll see you next year 🙏🏼

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Summer fog on the Washington backroads

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Practice patience

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