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What is Etsy?

Etsy is an e-commerce website that connects buyers and sellers of unique, handmade and vintage items. Many Etsy sellers are businesses that do not have their own website which means buyers are supporting small businesses. A Google search for 'Etsy' brings a result stating 'Buy Directly From Someone Who Put Their Heart And Soul Into Making Something Special.' Categories of goods sold on Etsy include jewelry, bags, clothing, home décor and furniture, toys, art, as well as craft supplies and tools. Items described as vintage must be at least 20 years old.

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Supreme Canyonlands

How Does Etsy Work?

Etsy connects sellers with buyers looking for something special and unique. With over 5 million sellers and over 90 million buyers, it appears you can find just about anything on Etsy through either browsing or utilizing Etsy search tools. Etsy also has their Journal and Editors' Picks to help buyers find trending items and gift giving ideas.

See more of Kane Engelbert's fine art nature photography in his abstract art gallery as part of his full collection.

Buying on Etsy

When looking to purchase goods from an Etsy seller, a buyer should check reviews for the seller and products and consider how long the seller has been in business. Also be sure to review shipping and return policies for the seller. Etsy allows sellers to accept payment from buyers by credit card, debit card, Etsy Gift Card, Etsy Credit, Etsy Coupon, some bank transfer services, PayPal (where available), Apple Pay, Google Pay. However, not all sellers will accept all of these payment methods. A buyer can add items from multiple sellers to their cart and check out once to pay for the items and shipping.

Spring in Colorado's aspen tree forests is a magical time of year that Kane Engelbert has mastered capturing!

An aspen grove is seen with bright green grass on the forest floor and white aspen tree trunks throughout the scene.
Sunlight comes in and sets this beautiful aspen grove aglow with green in the springtime.

Selling on Etsy

While it's free to set up a shop on Etsy, each listing is $0.20 and lasts for 4 months. At the time of sale, a fee of 6.5% of the purchase price is charged to the seller. Etsy also takes 5% of the shipping charges for each sale. Sellers are invoiced monthly and the funds owed to Etsy are removed from the sellers Etsy account. The seller has the option to select all or only some of the payment methods available that are noted above.

Kane Engelbert brings you Colorado fall colors like no one else can - check out these Swurvy Curvy aspen trees!

Purchasing Fine Art Photography | Kane Engelbert Photography

When considering a purchase of fine art photography for your home or business, know Kane Engelbert, as a professional photographer, is dedicated to his business and passion. Kane brings you his entire collection of images in his online gallery.

Kane is a world-class photographer known for his high-quality images from Colorado, Arizona, Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Utah's National Parks of Canyonlands, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Arches National Park, and even Redwood trees from the Pacific Northwest. These fine art images are sought by collectors, art curators, and interior designers given their unique compositions and exclusive locations.

Special care is taken to ensure each hand-crafted photography print for sale is carefully created and printed using the best standards and finest materials available. Allow these images to bring you spectacular views that can be printed on archival quality, museum-grade materials and savored in your home or business. Enjoy your time browsing Kane Engelbert's online art gallery and please reach out to speak to Kane directly at any time.

Check out Kane Engelbert's online gallery of Waterfalls in your search for natural photography and fine art nature photography!

Secret Falls

Rock Creek Falls, early Spring flow.


Canyonlands to the snow capped La Sal Mountains.

Distant La Sals

Canyonlands to the snow capped La Sal Mountains. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

People often confuse Dead Horse Point as part of Canyonlands National Park.  Instead, Dead Horse is its own State Park, run by...

Dead Horse Point Golden Sunrise

People often confuse Dead Horse Point as part of Canyonlands National Park. Instead, Dead Horse is its own State Park, run by Utah's State Parks. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Waterfall in early spring surrounded by lush green, old growth trees of Oregon.

Secret Falls

Spring waterfalls in Oregon surrounded by the lush green forests create a special kind of magic I could sit in forever. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Large redwood trees stand in a fog-filled forest with a bright green rhododendron plant in front of them with pink flowers.

New Life

Redwoods tower over the underbrush including these rhododendrons with their fresh, pink flowers that insist on making their presence known through the fog and massive trees. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Very large redwood tree trunk is seen on the left with bright green rhododendron plants with pink flowers on the right and fog throughout the background.

Distant Beauties

Small but vibrant pink flowers try desperately to show off next to the towering redwood tree and the fog trying to cover them up. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

White aspen tree trunks loaded with yellow, orange and a few green leaves on top are perfectly reflected on the still-as-glass water.

Reflections

With water as smooth as glass, this perfect reflection of fall color aspen trees in the San Juan Mountains seems almost surreal. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Moenave Geology at its best.

Hopi Clown

Moenave Geology at its best. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

A set of five white and black aspen tree trunks is pictured very close up with dramatic light on the scene.

Snuggle

Getting all close and snuggly with this set of aspen trees creates a dramatic abstract image. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Purple and yellow wildflowers are seen up close in a spring meadow.

Alpine Paintbrush II

Lovely bouquet of wildflowers in the alpine meadow a short distance from Telluride, Colorado. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

White aspen tree trunks are show close up with green ferns on the forest floor.  They appear to be old and show many scars.

Old Wise Ones

These old aspens show their scars...if only we could hear the stories and wisdom they have to share. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Red ferns are on the floor of this aspen forest with yellow leaves and white tree trunks.

Rustic Forest

The ferns have turned red and the leaves have gone to yellow and started falling as autumn hits this rustic aspen forest up on Kebler Pass near Crested Butte, Colorado. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Green grass and winding, still water lead into the scene with the pine trees, wispy white clouds are reflected on the water; a red mountain in the background.

Emerald Passage

Nestled in the Gore Range is this beautiful spot to sit and watch the still, winding water reflect the wispy clouds as the sun just barely kisses the mountains. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

A tall, columnar rock stands in the background with bright yellow aspen trees shining their leaves as the sun lights up the scene from the side as it sets.

Ribbons of Gold

Gorgeous evening as the sun shines on the aspen trees that flash their leaves looking like ribbons weaving back and forth to set the stage for Chimney Rock that takes center stage in the background. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

A mountain stands tall in the background with a dusting of snow and fall color aspen trees shine in the sun.

Sunny Capitol Peak

Capitol Peak is one of the most majestic peaks in Colorado and lands at 14,137 feet of elevation. This sunny day with the aspen trees in all their glory was literally picture perfect. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.

Aspen tree trunks grouped tightly together are seen up close and with no space between them.

Tight Knit Family

These tightly grouped aspen trees in the Gunnison National Forest create a powerful abstract image. Photo © copyright by Kane Engelbert.