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Alaskan photographer and modern explorer Mark Kelley, who has spent more than 200 days in Glacier Bay National Park, recently joined Jaeger-LeCoultre and UNESCO on location, wearing  the Geophysic 1958 watch, to capture the unique ecosystem of the region

Alaskan photographer and modern explorer Mark Kelley, who has spent more than 200 days in Glacier Bay National Park, recently joined Jaeger-LeCoultre and UNESCO on location, wearing the Geophysic 1958 watch, to capture the unique ecosystem of the region and the efforts made by scientists and project managers working to preserve the site.

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