Robert B. Binnion is the author and creator of

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Rob is married, and has two adult sons. He lives in Southeast Queensland.

Currently, his website is a collection of thoughts (and artwork) about topics that interest him, and may interest you also. There is an emphasis on end time Bible prophecy (eschatology), and the TIMING of it.

Plus, sometimes he writes poetry. But it’s not dull and dry.

For example, Rob wrote this back in 1988 when Australia had its bicentenary:


Here’s to the lucky country
Here’s to the land of beers
And all that water under the bridge
Now we’ve come 200 years.

As Australians individually
A few of us are sus’
But as a nation on the whole
There are no flies on us!

We have our own flags and anthems
Our own fauna, and our birds
Our dingoes and our yowies
And our drongos, and our nerds.

But, I’m proud to be Australian
Proud of our tall gum trees
And our ever-present bin chooks
Tho’ I come from overseas! ….

(He doesn’t really… Rob is actually 100% Australian, although NOT proud of Australia’s lying politicians.)

But wait, there’s more…

Rob has had some great life experiences and opportunities.

This was Rob’s first car.
This was his second.

Rob has owned several cars and houses. He’s mainly lived in Victoria and Queensland. But he’s travelled to Asia as well, and lived in Bangkok for 3 months.

This is Rob in Asia.

He was very moved by the struggle poorer people have there. Here are some shots he took of transportation in Asia.

One of Rob’s hobbies is photography,

and turning photography into art.

Some photos are skill, others are luck. The ancient Greeks considered dolphins to be a sign of good luck. Then again, some people think the number 7 is good luck. In 2019 Rob photographed both items of luck together. Seven dolphins in one wave. He says it was just a lucky shot!

This is one of Rob’s favourite photo-art creations.

Not all life experiences are good. Rob has written a page about a few of the rough times here.

On the flip side of the coin, Rob’s also had some amazing life experiences. One of them is described elsewhere on the nicetiming website.

(A A Milne Quote)


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