Tag Archives: Photographer Dan Bryant


Spanky in Spring

Spanky in Spring It’s that time of the year again!   And my pooch Spanky loves it.   Nothing like taking a break in the bluebonnets after a long walk with your human.

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Big Bend National Park

One of my favorite places in Texas.  However it’s not a weekend getaway.  You drive all day long to get to Marathon, Texas only to realize that the park is another 120 miles away!   […]

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I made this double exposure on my very first trip to NYC in 1981.   Taken on the street near Time Square.  At that time it was not the clean organized city of today.

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TAMU – Joe Spurlock II

  Shot this portrait for Texas A&M Foundation at the TAMU Law School in Ft. Worth, Texas.   My subject “Joe Spurlock” is a retired Texas Judge and professor of law at the university.   […]

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Policing in the Digital Age

Grappling with large volumes of surveillance video footage, public safety agencies seek new storage solutions to keep pace with growth. Shot this for the Winter 2016 edition of State Tech Magazine.   Special thanks to Deputy […]

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Boy Scouts Poster Campaign

This is part of a series of posters I recently shot for Boy Scouts of America near Russellville Arkansas. It’s always a pleasure working with BSA.   Boy Scouts http://www.scouting.org/

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BASF Jam Session

Many organizations are looking for new ways to be innovative, to generate and test ideas. As the world of business gets faster and budgets get tighter, the old methods seem too slow and too expensive. […]

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Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument While on location in southern Arizona for BASF I had some free time so I headed down to the the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.   This shot was taken […]

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The Art of the Motorcycle

The Art of the Motorcycle Anyone who knows me knows that I have been a motorcycle nut all my life.   Motorcycles are and always have been works of Art.  This is a collection of […]

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Canyon de Chelly

Canyon de Chelly is owned by the Navajo Nation. It is the only National Park Service unit that is owned and cooperatively managed in this manner.  Approximately 40 Navajo families live in the park.  Access to the […]

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