Dylan Furst

Based in Bellingham, Washington, Dylan’s backyard is some of the most beautiful terrain the Pacific Northwest has to offer, and it has heavily influenced his style as a photographer.

“Specializing in outdoor adventure and landscape photography, I’ve been enjoying every minute of my adventure. There’s no greater feeling than driving unfamiliar roads and not knowing what’s around the next corner.”

Adventure Updates:

Olympic National Park exploring - I always love going back to Olympic National Park to camp, it seems like every time is a unique experience. Each time I return, I make it a goal to drive forest roads I haven’t yet seen, which usually results in finding new camping spots. This was the last camping trip in my jeep, so […]
Mount Baker Highway – First snow of the season - With the snow starting to fall in the mountains, we decided to head up the Mt. Baker highway in search of a new camping spot and the hopes of seeing snow up close and personal for the first time since last winter. It was a rainy day. A VERY rainy day. But we figured it […]
Camano Island - After a day exploring Mt. Baker with one of my favorite photographers and biggest inspirations, Alex Strohl, I set out to Camano Island to look for a campsite. Camano Island and Cama beach has always been in my head as a place I wanted to explore and I finally had some time to make it […]
Mount Baker Climb - After being gone in Spain for a couple weeks, I was dying to get back out and camp again. I ignored my jet lag and set out towards Mt. Baker for my first camping trip after transitioning to a full time photographer. I had previously been loading UPS trucks at 3am for the past three […]
A wrong turn changes everything - Back in February I ventured out Highway 20 to go and camp at the Baker Lake hot springs. The hot springs were tough to find the first time, which resulted in myself driving about twenty minutes past them on a forest road. When I had realized I passed the hot springs I was at an […]
Washington’s highest road – Harts Pass - Many of my adventures are around Highway 20 and North Cascades National park. With the park being so close to my home in Bellingham, it’s usually my first choice for a scenic drive or camping trip. With winter recently coming to an end, the pass has now been opened for easier access into eastern Washington. […]
Trying to get to Twin Lakes - Growing up in Bellingham, WA, I’ve been lucky enough to say Mt. Baker is in my backyard. While it’s been one of the worst snow seasons in years, I heard the possibility of snow in the forecast and I definitely didn’t want to miss out. I drove up east route 542, otherwise known as the […]
North Cascades Highway - Highway 20, otherwise known as The North Cascades Highway, is one of my favorite spots to photograph. It seems like every corner there is a new waterfall or a great view of the Skagit river. Although the highway is closed for the winter just after Diablo Lake, there is still so much to see. And […]
Baker Lake Hot Springs - After hearing a local rumor of hot springs hidden deep in the woods near Baker Lake off of highway 20, we had to go see for ourselves. The directions we found online were vague, but we knew we could get close. We began driving from Bellingham. We made a quick stop at the store to […]
Olympic Peninsula Exploration - The Olympic Peninsula is like a playground for photographers. I hadn’t realized this until I decided to make the spontaneous trip to the coast after working my long night shift at UPS, it’s an easier decision to get out of town when you don’t have to worry about spending tons of money on hotels. I […]

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  1. Baker Lake camping - Adventure Ready - January 29, 2015

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