Photography by Alaskan artist Shane Lamb. The Aurora Borealis is active all year but can only be seen when the Alaska night sky is dark from August to April. The Aurora is a natural light display caused by charged particles from the Sun interacting with the Earth’s Atmosphere. When these particles collide with Oxygen, yellow and green are produced; Nitrogen produces red, violet and rarely blue. The colors are also affected by altitude - green/red around 150 miles; purple/violet at 60 miles.
Midnight Reflections (metal)
Unsurpassed vivid high definition quality metal prints represent a new luminescent medium for showcasing the beauty of photography. The images are infused directly into specially coated aluminum surfaces for a 3-dimensional look that is unsurpassed in detail and clarity. The durable, scratch-resistant surface is waterproof and can be easily cleaned with glass cleaner.