The Danakil Depression desert, a vast, harsh and merciless geographical feature of our planet, best known to be the hottest place on Earth, considering year-round average temperatures.
The region is immense, spanning roughly the size of Portugal, with many natural wonders along with centuries old human presence, with their culture and traditions.
Depicted in the photograph, workers begin their daily journey walking great distances into the almost infinite Danakil salt pan, where salt miners work for an average of roughly 5 euros per day, 6 days a week.
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