Landscapes and Scenery - Ron Mani
Last survivor

Welcome to RManiPhotography. I am a Vancouver Island based photographer specializing in travel, wildlife and outdoor subjects. My father kick started my interest when he gave me my first camera, a 1950's era "Ansco" for a family trip to mexico in the early 1970's. From that point on I had a camera with me wherever I went. Looking at life through a photographers eye lets me slow down and pick up details we so often miss in these hurried times.. I hope you enjoy looking through my galleries and feel free to purchase a picture. Other pictures are available to view on my facebook page or you can Email me with picture questions like odd sizes, digital downloads etc by clicking the links below.

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Forest reclamation...

At the turn of the 20th century, there were plans to run a railroad from Victoria to Port Alberni on Vancouver Island. WW1 interupted, and the tracks were never finished but much of the grade was done and many culverts were installed. This concrete culvert about an hour outside of port alberni was where the grade ended and is dated 1913. The forest slowly reclaims and covers mans works.