(Speechless) Series #6

A photo collection of the wondrous little details of our planet.

Photographer Olivier Grunewald followed Indonesian miners 200 meters down into the sulfur-rich lakes of the Kawah Ijen volcano. The molten sulfur is blood red in color underneath these electric blue flames. But as the liquid begins to cool, it slowly turns into the bright, neon yellow characteristic of the element. Click through to see more of his incredible shots!

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