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The Men Who Mine Volcanoes

The Atlantic
The Men Who Mine Volcanoes

From the department of tougher jobs than ours: On the Indonesian island of East Java, these men work in the crater of an active volcano to harvest sulfur. To earn $11 a day, some of them make the four-hour hike to the crater and back twice a day, carrying down some 90 kilograms on their shoulders. Great story, quite literally breathtaking images.


From Weekly Filet #198, in March 2015. More on: #

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