The grand scenery of the American Southwest draws hordes of tourists bent on capturing calendar-perfect panoramas on film. In “Revealing Territory: Photographs of the Southwest by Mark Klett,” an aptly titled show opening March 14, the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth presents quite different views, ones that the vista-hungry tourist prefers to ignore. Klett, an Arizonan, emphasizes the impact humanity has had on nature—in this photo, a rotting tire burdens a saguaro. “We define the landscape,” Klett says, “and what we do will remain a very long time.”