The use of mirror images creates, we think, a wonderful scarf that at first glance when being worn looks like an abstract painting, yet then details begin to emerge, and people become intrigued, wanting to know more about it.
So, if you don't want to be noticed, don't buy this scarf! But is you love Nature's magical artistic capabilities, then it may well become one of your favourite accessories.
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.