• Oh for pete’s sake just say yes already!

    I like to think that I’m a thotful guy. If you ask me a tough question, I’ll often come up with an interesting perspective (at least to me) or I’ll admit if I don’t know. My problem is that I often get stumped by easy questions. When people look at one of my photos and… Continue Reading

  • Best landscapes this year

    Democracy is such a beautiful thing. I’m offering you another chance to vote! This time it’s on my favourite landscapes from blog posts in 2013. If you happen to wander around this blog a little, you may have noticed I have a tiny preference for wildlife. I like to look for wildlife in beautiful places… Continue Reading

  • Waldo would approve

    Growing up I was intrigued by the Where’s Waldo series. The objective was to find a funny looking guy in a maze of brightly coloured stuff. My first encounter with a pica was exactly the same. We were walking along a mountain path and heard a squeak. Turning around we saw a large pile of… Continue Reading

  • outliers, kudos and questions

    I am not entirely sure when I embraced the concept of outlier, all I know is that find normal boring. I suppose that made it inevitable that I would not strictly follow the proper protocol on blogging awards. And by that I mean that I have decided to launch my very own Krahnpix Kudos. I… Continue Reading

  • These ladies turn heads …

    Rocky Mountain ladies have a lot of stuff to strut. The Three Sisters always give the good residents of Canmore, AB reason to smile. On this perfect June day, the taller little sister shows off a long, snow-covered skirt that eventually rises to a distinctive peak. The middle sister reveals a large sheer cliff, topped… Continue Reading

  • Missing something

    We were on our way home after an eventful day of looking for wildlife. Despite lots of rain and fog, I’d managed to stay mostly dry (always a careful consideration). As we headed back to the cabin, the clouds opened up a bit enabling me to take one more photo. I found the perfect spot… Continue Reading

  • Eagle eyes

    “C’mon open your eyes!” murmured the young wildlife photographer who had just arrived at the scene. The words hit me like a bucket of ice water. The eagle had its eyes shut? My attention had obviously been focused elsewhere that early June day. Fifteen minutes earlier I had been trying to figure out where a… Continue Reading