Like Ruangkritya, Mészáros told me via email that he was motivated to take photographs that would look different from the images that had appeared in the media. "I always want to know what remains when the news is no longer 'new' anymore," he said. "The story gets forgotten by the media. An approach different from this traditional one seemed very natural to me." In both "The Line" and "Imagining Flood," the photographs can function as documentary images which show the plain facts of a disaster. Still, the photographers are trying to make their images a little bit harder to digest easily, as simple information. With digital technologies, it's easier and easier for this kind of work to find an audience. Perhaps it will be more common for us to see these non-photojournalistic (yet still, in some way, informative) images alongside the more "traditional" images, as Mészáros calls them.