Peter Krohn (1916-2009) was a British scientist who took early retirement in 1967 and moved to Jersey in the Channel Islands. He became an avid traveller and visited many countries before they became popular with tourists. Most of the photographs he took were on 35mm slides but he did embrace digital photography when the image quality approached that of slides. The photo of Peter was taken in the late 1970s on an expedition to the base camp on Everest.
Patrick Krohn has been an enthusiastic photographer since his late teens. Like his Father, Patrick retired early and enjoys travelling the world. The photo was taken in 1985 on a trip through Northern Pakistan. Patrick has been digitizing Peter’s photos and adding the photos to this website along with many of his own. To contact Patrick via email to click here