Minolta XG1 part 2 – Kawah Ijen, Java

Some more pictures taken with my analog Minolta XG1 camera. Here you can see some pictures taken on Kawah Ijen on the Isle of Java. Kawah Ijen is a sulfur volcano where workers go down into the crater to cut out blocks of sulfur. Afterwards porters carry the blocks out of the crater and head down to the trucks that bring the sulfur to the factory. They carry around 80kgs. on their shoulders. Quite inhuman labour.

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

Kawah Ijen, Java, Indonesia - ©bruno catteeuw

peace out,
©bruno

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