Sunshine and "cool warmth" on this mid-April day. Letchworth State Park, NY was calling out for me! Aside from a few ice falls on the sides of the canyon, scenes of winter have vanished. Renewal has begun.
A short drive to Brockport, NY after lunch today offered a few pleasant scenes. I drove around the streets in the center of the village near State University of New York at Brockport. This morning, the beginning of the second week of spring, we woke up to about three inches of snow. At least the sun was shining, but it was barely above about 25℉ (-4℃).
Here are a few of the doors, windows and porches I snapped along the way.
Currently in retail management in Upstate New York, Baker, a native Texan, is a graduate of State University of New York (Albany) with a BA in Asian Studies, (minor in classical Chinese literature), a Graduate Certificate in US Urban Policy, and a Masters (MRP) in Regional and Urban Planning, Third World. After several months in the early 70's with a mining company in Honduras he worked for three years in Saudi Arabia with a civil engineering firm from Houston, and worked throughout Southeast Asia, China, and Northern Africa with Halliburton for nearly a decade, based out of Singapore. During his years living in Singapore he was also known for his radio and television voice-over work. Baker returned to the US in 1985 to complete academic interests and continues to live in New York.