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As The Light Dwindles on a Cold Day of Sledding at Albert Leonard Hill

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

With the wind blowing, dads running down hill to gather up their frozen but delighted children,<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/as-the-light-dwindles-on-a-cold-day-of-sledding-at-albert-leonard-hill">...(more)</a>

Albert Leonard Downhill

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

Enjoying ten inches of new snow on the hill at Albert Leonard Middle School

Winter Has Arrived On Beechmont Lake

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

A short while ago we were enjoying the fall colors on Beechmont Lake. Today the scene has changed and is dominated by the cold chill of winter.

Thomas Paine Bedroom

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

The Huguenot Exhibit

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

After Hurricane Sandy Came The Snow

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

Eight days after hurricane Sandy payed New Rochelle a visit, another storm moved up the Atlantic coast and left as much as thi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/after-hurricane-sandy-came-the-snow-usa">...(more)</a>

Frankenstorm Sandy vs The Mighty Oak, New Rochelle

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

During October 2012, hurricane Sandy downed this might oak and left its top sitting in the front yard of a home previously owned <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/frankenstorm-sandy-vs-the-mighty-oak">...(more)</a>

Enjoying Fall on Beechmont Lake

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

Beechmont Lake is one of many lakes in New Rochelle.  It looks especially nice under a blue sky when it is decked out in the colors of fall.  The lake is<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/fall-is-here">...(more)</a>

Saxon_Woods_Playground

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

Beechmont Lake Getting Ready For Winter

Published over 1 year ago by Dennis Orzo

Beechmont Lake, initially formed as reservoir on the Pine Brook as it flows towards Long Island Sound.  A spillway located at the southeast end allows Pine Brook to continue, for the most part underground, to Echo Bay.

Waiting For Fall To Arrive

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

InsideThe Rising Memorial

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The Rising, by Frederic Schwartz Architects, pays tribute to those who were killed in the attacks of September 11, 2001. The 80-foot<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-rising-memorial-hudson-valley">...(more)</a>

Lined Up And Ready To GOlf

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The Rising Memorial

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

The Rising is a memorial dedicated to those Westchester residents who were killed during the 9-11 attacks on the United States. <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/the-rising-memorial-kensico-dam-plaza">...(more)</a>

Kensico Dam Plaza County Park

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

Holding back 30 billion gallons of water, the Kensico Dam was completed in 1915.  It is 300 feet high and 1830 feet long a<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/kensico-dam-plaza-county-park-hudson-valley">...(more)</a>

Memorial Plaza

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

New York State Armory in New Rochelle

Published almost 2 years ago by Dennis Orzo

One of a very few remaining Naval Armories built in the United States, and the only one in New York State, is slowly decaying an<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/new-york-state-armory-in-new-rochelle">...(more)</a>