Belgian photographer Titus Simoens has been working off and on across the United States, photographing slices of life in the American West. Simoens has co-directed a documentary, billed as “the story of two young cowboys,” called Miles Away. The documentary was shot in Cow Camp, Idaho, where Simoens also shot still images. Cow Camp is where cowboys Gene and Josh live for six months of the year, tending cattle, managing the land and repairing fences while living in a house without running water or electricity. Have a look at his Flickr page for some more great pictures.