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Top photos from around LI, NYC from November 2019

From picturesque scenes of Long Island to the iconic sights of New York City, Newsday photographers capture images telling the stories of the people and places of the region. Here are some of the most compelling photos.

Mary Keitany of Kenya waves to spectators in
Credit: James Escher

Mary Keitany of Kenya greets spectators in Central Park after her second-place finish in the women's competition in the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.

Manuela Schar of Switzerland crosses the finish line
Credit: James Escher

Manuela Schar of Switzerland crosses the finish line in Central Park to win the women's wheelchair competition in the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.

Manuela Schar of Switzerland, women's wheelchair competition winner,
Credit: James Escher

Manuela Schar of Switzerland, women's wheelchair competition winner, center, poses for pictures with American-born runner-up Tatyana McFadden, left, and Susannah Scaroni, also of the United States, after completing the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.

Joyciline Jepkosgei of Kenya crosses the finish line
Credit: James Escher

Joyciline Jepkosgei of Kenya crosses the finish line in Central Park at the 2:22.38 mark to win the women's competition in the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya crosses the finish line
Credit: James Escher

Geoffrey Kamworor of Kenya crosses the finish line in Central Park at the 2:08.13 mark to win the men's competition in the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.

Endi Fernandez, Uniondale goalie, makes a save off
Credit: James Escher

Uniondale keeper Endi Fernandez makes a save off a Port Washington corner kick during the Nassau County boys soccer Class AA semifinals at Farmingdale State College on Nov. 1. The game ended in a scoreless tie before Uniondale advanced on kicks 4-2.

Eder Argueta, No. 15 with the Uniondale team,
Credit: James Escher

Eder Argueta, No. 15 with the Uniondale team, bottom left, gets mobbed by teammates after scoring in the fourth round of penalty kicks to seal the win over Port Washington in the Nassau County boys soccer Class AA semifinals at Farmingdale State College on Nov. 1.

Molvensly Guerrier #13 of Uniondale makes a bicycle
Credit: James Escher

Molvensly Guerrier, No. 13 with the Uniondale team, bicycle kicks the ball upfield during the Nassau County boys soccer Class AA semifinals against Port Washington at Farmingdale State College on Nov. 1. The game ended in a scoreless tie before Uniondale advanced on kicks 4-2.

Plainview resident Jay Asparro has the company friend
Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Plainview resident Jay Asparro has the company of friend Andrew Woods who is running, and others who are giving their support, during his 100-mile run to raise funds for the LI Alzheimer's Foundation at the Kellenberg Memorial High School track in Uniondale on Nov. 2. Asparro is running in memory of his grandmother who died from Alzheimer's in April.

People cheer as a runners arrive in Long
Credit: Charles Eckert

People cheer as a runners arrive in Long Island City after crossing the Pulaski Bridge during the TCS New York City Marathon Nov. 3. The marathon course runs 26.2 miles through the city's five boroughs.

Runners arrive in Long Island City after crossing
Credit: Charles Eckert

Runners arrive in Long Island City after crossing the Pulaski Bridge during the TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3. 

Babylon's no. 5 Chloe Fusco battles with Pierson's
Credit: Howard Schnapp

Babylon's No. 5, Chloe Fusco, battles with Pierson's No. 6, Tahnie Sullivan, for the ball during the Suffolk County Section IX Class C Field Hockey Championship on Nov. 2 in Medford.

Tonni Anne Accardidia with her son Tyler Accardidia,7,
Credit: Morgan Campbell

ToniAnn Accardi, with her son Tyler Accardi, 7, as Tyler recovers at home in Centereach from his surgery to treat his spinal muscular atrophy.

Nicholas Accardidia, left, and his brother Tyler Accardidia
Credit: Morgan Campbell

Nicholas Accardi, left, and his brother, Tyler Accardi, celebrate Halloween at their home in Centereach while Tyler recovers from his surgery to treat his spinal muscular atrophy.

Plainview resident Jay Asparro has the company of
Credit: Newsday/J. Conrad Williams Jr.

Plainview resident Jay Asparro has the company of his son Shane, 3, and friend Andrew Woods during his 100-mile run at Kellenberg Memorial High School Track in Uniondale to raise funds for the LI Alzheimer's Foundation on Nov. 2. 

Donovan Kirsmer age 9, Brooklyn smashes a pumpkin
Credit: Corey Sipkin

Donovan Kirsmer, 9, of Brooklyn, smashes a pumpkin at the Hudson River Park's Community Compost Program in Manhattan on Nov. 2.

Jonathan Klepper, Manhattan smashes a pumpkin at the
Credit: Corey Sipkin

Jonathan Klepper of Manhattan smashes a pumpkin at the Hudson River Park's Community Compost Program in Manhattan on Nov. 2. The pumpkins are composted after they are smashed.

Bundled up in the cold, Jeff Schwartz. right.
Credit: James Carbone

Bundled up in the cold, Jeanny and Jeff Schwartz, from left,  of Ronkonkoma, feed the ducks at the lake at Belmont Lake State Park in West Babylon on Nov. 3.

Lisa Tuozzolo, center, the wife of slain NYPD
Credit: Charles Eckert

Lisa Tuozzolo, center, the wife of slain NYPD Sgt. Paul Tuozzolo, greets members of the NYPD as she crosses the Pulaski Bridge into Queens during the TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 3. Tuozzolo ran the race to raise money for families of fallen police officers the day before the second anniversary of her husband's death.

Steve Walters III, 3, of Patchogue, explores a
Credit: Newsday/Steve Pfost

Steve Walters III, 3, of Patchogue, explores a utility service vehicle while visiting the "Touch-A-Truck" event held in the parking lot of Walt Whitman Shops in Huntington Station on Nov. 2.

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