Photographer Reed Klass is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. From the project ‘Worthington’. To see Reed’s body of work, click on any image.
“Worthington” explores the scenes and people of a small town north of Columbus, Ohio where photographer Reed Klass grew up. The work looks at change in place over time, urban sprawl, nostalgia, childhood, aging and the often looked-over encapsulated, suburban landscape that is a daily reality for many Americans.
All images and text © Reed Klass
By Reed Klass
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These are great. Real Americana.
God knows we all need to see that Norman Rockwell America isn’t completely dead.
I love the pictures. Thank you for sharing.
I really enjoy your mag– I was doubtful when my inbox got slammed with lots of notices – but I find I am enjoying. Thanks for signing up for my site also. Keep ‘snapping.’ Keep writing. Keep reading.