The same can be said for a series of images by Mexico's Fernando Brito, Your Steps Were Lost in the Landscape. The photographer, whose work as photo editor of a Mexican newspaper brings him in contact with the burgeoning violence in his country, depicts haunting scenes in which beautiful countryside scenery is punctuated by the bodies of murder victims. These are shown in isolation, with a lack of sensationalism, to bring attention to the crime epidemic. "I am not an artist," Brito said during a guided tour, "I am a citizen with a problem." Yet it's one he's facing in an artful way—showing that capricious last voyage of the vessel known as the human body.