"If it wants to kill you, I’m there." This is how George Kourounis described his job to us.
#5. Getting to the Dangerous Place Is Sometimes More Dangerous Than the Actual Dangerous Place
Everyone expects certain fabled and remote corners of the world to be dangerous, but you sort of skip over the journeys there like they aren’t an issue. Take Nyiragongo crater, for instance. It’s on the border of Congo and Rwanda. Congo has had two generations of civil war and deals with refugees from the Rwandan genocides. To get to the crater, you need armed guards with machine guns with you at all times. I’ve been to a lot of places, many of them literally and constantly on fire, and probably the scariest place I’ve ever been was eastern Congo. And we’re not even talking about the flaming death pools yet.
Monthly “Action” is released today. “Orange” is on hiatus. I’m sorry. It will be in next month’s issue. An illustration as an apology, Naho and Kakeru
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