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Mark Kelley’s award-winning image shows a perfect reflection of the northern lights in the waters of Alaska’s Inside Passage. Travelers from across the world come to Alaska in hopes of witnessing the northern lights. The northern lights, also called Aurora Borealis, are curtains of light created by bursts of electrically charged particles streaming off the sun that strike the earthâs upper atmosphere. The Aurora range from pale to yellowish green but can be vivid green, purple, or red. When skies are clear Alaskan photographer Mark Kelley spends many a long Alaskan winter night outside, hoping to capture these rare, elusive, and almost dream-like lights flashing across the heavens. This beautiful scarf is 72 inches long by 20 inches wide with hand-rolled edges and made for Mark Kelley in China, the silk capital of the world. Each scarf is imprinted with the signature of Mark Kelley. Mark Kelley is an award-winning Alaskan photographer. His books have sold over a quarter million copies. His Alaskan bestseller âAlaska: A Photographic Excursionâ is a Benjamin Franklin Award recipient, and his kidâs photo book âOnce Upon Alaskaâ is a A Momâs Choice Awards Gold Recipient. Mark Kelley has called Alaska home for over forty years.