Living in a city, it's sometimes easy to forget that much of the United States is still relatively untouched by human hands.
Chris Boffoli, a Seattle-based photographer, was kind enough to share with us some of his images of the vast American West. They capture the scope—and emptiness—of great swaths of land.
Fishermen; Great Salt Lake, Utah
Atop The Muir Snowfield; at 9,000 feet on Mt. Rainier, Wash.
Rainer Wildflowers; Mt. Rainier National Park, Ashford, Wash.
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