The Photography of Tod Hamachek

For those who may not know it, Tod Hamachek's work has been part of our experience as the Class of 1968 for a long time. His work figures prominently in the '67 Gulielmensian (where he collaborated with editors Bram Jelin and Tad Piper) and is present throughout this web site (check the Events section especially). We've been challenged to choose a representative selection from the collection that Tod sent us. They're all amazing. We hope we've done him justice.


Sisters (Istanbul)

Optical glass stairs (Japan)

Beale Street Memphis

Komatsu Umbrella Sky

Williams's own Peter Frost and wife Marnie

Milwaukee Art Museum

A hard fall at Choteau Rodeo

Chacahuala Sonora Desert

Ketchum Gary Lipton Soul of a Machine

Craters of the Moon - John Grade Spur

French Quarter New Orleans

Geysir Hot Spring - Iceland

Marfa Texas -- Seen better days

Charleston South Carolina

Sun Valley Idaho

Trinity Church Copley Square Boston

Takayama Japan

View from Punta della Dogana Venice

Sailing in the Adriatic near Symi Island Greece

Baldy Mountain seen from Proctor Ridge - Idaho

Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine Kyoto Japan

Jardins de Métis Quebec

Marfa Texas - Walking days long gone

Lion's Gate at Mycenae Greece

Cappadocia dome Mustafapasa Turkey

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