Walking Around With a Camera: Inside Hamilton College (Part 1)

The Hamilton College campus is beautiful. The architecture, the hiking paths of Root Glen and the views from the hill are just a few of the things that make Hamilton College so picturesque and memorable.

I had the opportunity to go inside some of the buildings on campus and take photos.

In this month’s edition of “Walking Around With a Camera,” I’m highlighting the interiors of the buildings on the Hamilton College campus. The buildings featured in this edition are Couper Hall, the Chapel, Burke Library, Taylor Science Center, Christian A. Johnson Hall and Root Hall.

A big thank you goes out to Hamilton College for allowing me to take photos inside the buildings.

If The Waterville Times brought you here, thank you so much for reading the paper. You can subscribe to the Waterville Times by clicking here.

For those interested, I take all of my photos with an Olympus OM-D E-M5.

For more about Zach Lewis Photography, visit www.zachlewisonline.com. You can also find Zach Lewis Photography on Facebook.

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Couper Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Couper Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Chapel

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Chapel

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Chapel

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Chapel

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Burke Library

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Taylor Science Center

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Christian A. Johnson Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Christian A. Johnson Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Christian A. Johnson Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Root Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Root Hall

© Zach Lewis Photography
© Zach Lewis Photography

Per an agreement with Hamilton College, the photos featured in this blog are not for sale.

 

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