Kawa-Ijen Volcano has an established reputation as a stunning view in Java, Indonesia. However, amid the natural beauty, concealed by the dust and clouds of sulfuric gas, there are men who painstakingly work to collect sulfur from a crater in the volcano. With breath held and mouths stuffed with towels they make their regular collections.
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