• Epilogue

    My good ending with Krahnpix has morphed into an entirely new beginning with Krahnicles! In the months after signing off this blog, I found that my interest in photography had also waned. So I sold my camera gear and bought a snowblower – maybe it’s a Saskatchewan thing. Now I’m impatiently waiting for snow. I still had a… Continue Reading

  • Goodbye, Farewell and Goodnight

    Krahnpix was always an odd combination of wildlife photos and my eclectic version of wit. I’m pretty sure I was the biggest fan. I suppose that was a natural outcome of pouring my heart and soul into a project. Through good times and bad, I passionately chased wildlife, learned a few tricks of the trade… Continue Reading

  • Scramble Time!

    It’s happened hundreds of times. I catch a glimpse of wildlife, like a young elk, and my brain sends the adrenaline pumping thru my veins. It’s scramble time! Since I’m usually in my four-wheel blind when it happens, I quickly navigate into position, open my window and start reaching for my camera in one smooth… Continue Reading

  • The Other Side of Spring

    Even if I don’t have anything good to say … I still manage to write a blog! Spring in Saskatchewan means weather that has occasionally turned nice. Folks here are beside themselves excited to feel the occasional warmth of the sun, listen to the birds chirping and … well … you get the picture. With… Continue Reading

  • Beauty or a Beast?

    I know this is hard to believe but my daughter thinks I’m wrong! The only proper way to settle this is to let the people decide. So here’s a reasonable facsimile of how our conversation went. Read it and then tell us who you think is right. But first a little background. On our last… Continue Reading

  • Does Wild Really Mean Wild?

    My cursor hovers indecisively over a fantastic wildlife photo. Am I overthinking this? Good grief all that is in play is a lowly like on Facebook! Still I hesitate … There was a time once when I believed a wildlife photo was supposed to be, and I know this sounds a little naive and idealistic,… Continue Reading