As anyone knows who has followed the photo documentation of the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil leak, aerial pictures tend by their nature to obscure the damage done at surface level and below. At the same time, however, there is no denying that high-altitude views exert an abstract attraction of their own. Sandor H. Szabo, a photographer for the MTI Hungarian News Agency, has been taking the long view of the flooding in his country that has displaced about 4,000 people. Far removed from the misery on the ground, he has created canvases that would not be out of place in a gallery of modern art. They are well worth examining in “Full Screen” mode.