Workers in salt mines in Ethiopia will not be envied: they are forced to work at 50 degrees Celsius for an average fee of $ 6.5 per day. This is the hottest workplace on earth. Salt mines are located in the Afar basin and stretch over 155 thousand square kilometers. At the lowest point, they are more than 90 meters below sea level. Professional travel photographer and videographer Joel Santos went to this truly hot place to capture the harsh beauty of this corner of the planet. Continue reading
There are thousands of magnificent natural objects in the world, and only a few of them are waiting for you in this collection, but believe me, they deserve special attention! These fascinating abysses, heights and coasts are special in that they are also the most dangerous and sometimes even deadly. Such places are very rare and often almost inaccessible to mere mortals.
1. Saltstraumen, Norway
Saltstraumen is a small Norwegian Gulf, navigation on which is only possible for the most experienced sailors. Continue reading