The colours of the sun setting are so stunning, the fjord so still, and the aurora borealis so magical, it is no wonder that Nature is often called our planet's most creative artist.
But photographing auroras is extremely difficult, not least because the results are so unpredictable, and it takes stratospheric levels of technology, expert skill and dedication to achieve the high quality images we are privileged to be using.
They have been taken by Andrew Machon whose years of dedication and investment in cutting edge photographic equipment (as well as months spent in the Arctic Circle) to produce these Northern Lights images compares favourably with Richard Weston’s with minerals.
Please note that this design has been created so that when it is worn the most attractive elements show clearly at each end of this oblong scarf. When worn, it looks perfect.