#MyWestchester Photos

2020 Photography Selections

Every image in these collections, from 2018 to the present, has been submitted by Westchester County residents, businesses and non-profits who are passionate about the County they love. And, each has been featured on the Westchester County homepage and in the “My Westchester” Newsletter. Please keep taking and sending us your photos of your favorite Westchester County moment by e-mail to or use the hashtag #MyWestchester.

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robin on holly bush
January: Robin and Berry

Photographer: Leslie Archambault, Yonkers

stream ambling through forest
February: Reflections at Teatown Lake Reservation

Photographer: Joseph Sgammato, Yonkers

night shot of pier stretching out into lack
March: Night Walk at Fleischmann’s Pier

Photographer: Kelly Schulze, Croton-on-Hudson

lighthouse on Hudson River, NY at sunset
April: Kingsland Point Lighthouse at Sunset

Photographer: Jim Hall, Peekskill

two front-line medical workers in full protection equipement
May: Westchester Health Department nurses covered head-to-toe in full personal protective equipment (PPE) during a home visit to administer blood tests for COVID-19

Photographer: Todd Shapera

arial view of town at sunset
June: In a time where we all feel confined by the four walls of our home, we can be easily reminded of the views around us by capturing our hometowns from a different angle.

Photographer: Frank Bellantoni, Pelham

dog bounding into still lake
July: Perfect Summer Evening

Photographer: Lindsey DeFilippis, Pound Ridge

man and boy with bikes on bridge
August: A young cyclist checks out “Converging Vistas” an artist-made bike rack by Christopher Flick, part of the new art walk at the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge Path presented by ArtsWestchester, The Arts Council of Rockland and the New York Thruway A

Photographer: Margaret Fox, Sleepy Hollow

autumn colored leaves on trees reflecting on still lake
September: Autumn Reflections, Rockefeller State Park Preserve

Photographer: Janet Antonacci, Ossining

pumpkins and hay bales
October: Pumpkins at Muscoot Farm

Photography: Muscoot Farm Staff, Katonah

model trains running through colorful gourds
November: Autumn Changes at Lasdon Park and Arboretum

Photographer: Aviva Meyer, Mount Kisco

boy in front of buildings
December: Enzo Lombardi, age 4, stands in front of the Lord & Burnham Greenhouse and artist studio, restored by his father Michael Lombardi and Grandfather Joseph Lombardi, Lord & Burnham, the premier maker of greenhouses in the 19th century, was based in

Photography: The Lombardi Family, Irvington