Comments for Jonathan Timar Words and Pictures by Jonathan Timar Sun, 17 Feb 2019 07:51:16 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Fashion Show Mall – Las Vegas, Nevada by Jonathan Fri, 15 Feb 2019 22:52:34 +0000 In reply to Rachelle Timar.

I know, the lighting was perfect. Worth the wait!

Comment on Fashion Show Mall – Las Vegas, Nevada by Rachelle Timar Fri, 15 Feb 2019 22:50:15 +0000 Love the lighting that the Wynn gives. Looks like it’s sunset in the picture!

Comment on Winter Prairie Moonrise by Jonathan Sat, 27 Oct 2018 00:25:22 +0000 In reply to Gloria.

Hi Gloria,

Thanks for the compliment! I post new photos all the time. You can subscribe to my mailing list of you want to be notified when I post.


Comment on Winter Prairie Moonrise by Gloria Fri, 26 Oct 2018 14:57:18 +0000 Hello. Beautiful photo! I was Googling, looking for a photo reference for a watercolor idea I had. This one is too high in the sky, but I wanted to tell you how beautiful your photos are! I love this one! And I love early evening and early morning sky when it’s painted with Easter egg colors.

Are you still maintaining this blog, taking photos?

Comment on Eckhart Tolle Is a Looney Feminist In Disguise: A Review of ‘The Power of Now’ by Jasmine Wed, 19 Sep 2018 22:18:09 +0000 It’s okay if you don’t quit understand what he is trying to communicate. It is not the easiest to grasp on a intellectual level, but a femmist? He’s an enlightened humanist.
May you discover the essence of who you truly are and be the light.

Comment on Tokyo Vending Machines by Jonathan Mon, 27 Aug 2018 05:03:12 +0000 In reply to Mjanu.

I’m sorry, but I don’t know.

Comment on Tokyo Vending Machines by Mjanu Mon, 27 Aug 2018 05:00:09 +0000 What is the exact address to find this location?

Comment on Some People Are Evil: Thoughts On M. Scott Peck’s People Of The Lie by Richard W. Memmer Thu, 28 Dec 2017 21:31:59 +0000 Hello, Jonathan.

I was pleasantly surprised to come across your site today — as I’m a HUGE fan of People Of The Lie and The Road Less Traveled. The former provided incredible insights into the perplexing behavior I had witnessed — and that was nothing compared to what I’ve seen since.

A few years ago I wrote a documentary on the psychological gymnastics of human nature — and you can see in this short excerpt where People Of The Lie comes into play:

Great minds throughout the ages provided a wealth of wisdom to prevent the folly of our ways. And yet here we are in perennial pursuit of ideologies—warfare waged with “opinions lightly adopted but firmly held . . . forged from a combination of ignorance, dishonesty, and fashion” (to quote Theodore Dalrymple). From Prologue to Epilogue, my 7-part video shines a light on what we have become:

Thanks for your time!

Richard W. Memmer

P.S. I have a companion site I wrote last summer called

Comment on The Sylvia Hotel at Dusk by Miki Johnston Sun, 26 Nov 2017 17:41:25 +0000 Great shot of Sylvia…love the Hotel – was going there at 20 when there was a long bar at window and sign saying “no shoes, no shirts – NO SERVICE! We English Bay sunbathers would cross road for (my choice) steak sandwich & a Heineken….My daughter stayed there last year and loved it – will print out your pix and add to “My Memories Wall” – thx.

Comment on Some People Are Evil: Thoughts On M. Scott Peck’s People Of The Lie by Jonathan Sun, 26 Nov 2017 00:54:13 +0000 In reply to Naim.

Hi Naim,

Thanks so much for your comment.

It’s been so long since I read this book, perhaps I am due for another re-read.

I think the question of whether evil is inherent or learned is secondary to whether is exists or not. And I think the answer to that is a most emphatic yes.

Take these two stories, both from the very same day:

Perhaps evil can be both learned and inherent. If one has learned to be evil, then I suppose there is hope. But, sadly, I think that even one has simply learned to behave in an evil way, perhaps in response to abuse, it’s still very hard for them to turn around.