At the midpoint of the 20th century, a young photographer named Verner Reed came to New England. With his keen eye, Reed began to document people and places during this changing time. Whether he was photographing nature, everyday events, famous personalities, people at work and play, city life, or rural life, Reed's eye was as unnering as his respect for his subject was profound. Verner Reed's work is eloquent. These photos are reminders of a lost, seemingly more innocent world.