Fine Art Photography of Hawaii & the Great Plains

Hawaii, United States · 80 Sales


Fine Art Photography of Hawaii & the Great Plains

Hawaii, United States 80 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Mike Krzywonski

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Mike Krzywonski

15 oz. Coffee Mug w/ Multiple Images of Hawaii
15 oz. Coffee Mug w/ Multiple Images of Hawaii
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sarakjo on Jul 17, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Very high quality and fast shipping! Love finding the photo from my hometown!

Keith Vojacek

Keith Vojacek on Jul 14, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

A beautiful photo in both quality and aesthetics. Shipping was right on time. I'll be ordering more prints from here, that's for sure.


suer7 on Jul 7, 2015

4 out of 5 stars

Helpful to deal with and really like the photo. I'm sure my boyfriend will too when he receives it

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Hawaii Storm Chaser and Nature Photographer Featured on Etsy

My obsession with severe weather was the initial driving force behind my passion for photography. After acquiring some sophisticated photography equipment for my storm chasing trips, I decided to experiment with non-weather related photography during the down seasons.

I soon fell in love with all types of photography...sunsets, landscapes, underwater, etc. Living in Hawaii, I'm fortunate that photogenic opportunities are endless.

I first heard about Etsy from a lady at church who knew I was trying to sell my photography prints online. Although I had a website, it wasn't generating as many sales as I would have liked.

As I browsed Etsy, my first impression was that it was not for me. I saw a lot of jewelry, clothing, etc., and didn't see much of a market for Fine Art photography. I eventually clicked onto the art category where sellers were featuring their art.

I figured I'd give it a try since the listing fees were very modest. To my surprise, I soon had orders that were placed for some of my prints. Since then, I have added numerous listings on Etsy, with many more orders as a result!

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Last updated on August 16, 2016
Welcome to ScenicSurroundings. I specialize in fine art nature photography featuring severe weather from the Great Plains, & nature scenes from Hawaii. Photography is one of my passions in life. Because I reside in Hawaii, & take an annual storm chasing trip to the Plains each spring, I'm constantly adding new images to my collection. Be sure to visit my official website to view my entire collection at, and follow me on Instagram at

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Prints will not have the watermark displayed on them like you see on this site. Some images on this site may appear overexposed (i.e., too bright) on some computer monitors. This is because I have calibrated my monitor & have adjusted the brightness levels to match the results from the photo lab. Monitors generate their own light, whereas prints depend on reflected light. Monitors are usually brighter than the subdued lighting in homes or offices, where most of your prints will probably be viewed. Thus, prints tend to come out looking darker than they appear on most monitors. To compensate for this, each image has been carefully edited to ensure optimum quality.