Dallas Iconography

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This coffee-table book of Dallas color photographs is sure to be a hit as a keepsake for visitors and residents alike. The Latino Cultural Center, the State Fair's Big Tex, the Hyatt Reunion Tower, City Hall, and many other attractions are beautifully featured in this lavish book.
ISBN: 9781589807020
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
State: Texas
Images: 131
Pages: 64
Dimensions: 8.5 (w) x 11 (h)
Barry B. Doyle is an accomplished photographer with a flair for capturing striking images of urban landscapes, people, and nature. His eye-catching photographs have received lavish praise from Joan Walsh, the editor in chief of Salon.com. In addition to his work in photography, Doyle served as the vice president of a cabinet shop for commercial architectural millwork in Dallas, Texas, before retiring to raise his family. He became actively involved in his community by serving as a PTA president at his child's school. During this time, he was honored as Volunteer of the Year by the Dallas Independent School District. A former member of the inaugural Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau Lone Star Customer Advisory Board, Doyle became an expert on the city, the inspiration for his first book, Dallas Iconography. Originally from San Diego, Doyle received a B.A. from Wheaton College in Illinois and attended a summer program in Oxford, United Kingdom, where he met his wife. A self-described dilettante, Doyle enjoys furniture-making, cooking, blogging, and traveling. He lives in Dallas with his family.
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