Photo gallery Globe photos of the week, Feb. 21, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page While Boston shivered, the Red Sox prepared for the upcoming season under sunny skies in Fort Myers, Fla. These and more of the week’s best images. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Roofers from the Tempco Roofing Co., Joseph Sodec and Lindi Laze, cleared a rooftop drain at the Thomas Johnson Community Center. Many rooftops had to be cleared of heavy snow, especially flat roofs. Jim Davis/globe staff Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks spent time after most teammates had finished for the day taking dozens of ground balls on his knees. Ones he had already caught were tossed into the pile in the foreground. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff A steam pipe on Arlington Street put out a dreary cloud, which seemed to tell the story of this winter. Joanne Rathe/globe staff A worker comforted an injured cow after a barn roof collapsed, apparently under the weight of recent snows, at Eastleigh Farm in Framingham. Two cows were killed and four injured. Jim Davis/globe staff A few Red Sox players got in some practice around the first base bag under blue skies and sunshine in Fort Myers, Fla. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Betsy Murphy and Michael Hogan, friends from Los Angeles, just couldn’t resist the snow and bought sleds for some winter fun in the Fenway. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Boston Police Deputy Superintendent Nora Baston spent time with Emanuel Green, 15, of Dorchester, during a break in the action at the sixth annual Basketball for Peace tournament at the Kroc Center in Dorchester. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Venezuelans protested on Boston Common after the government’s violent crackdown on dissidents. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Boston Marathon bombing victim Gillian Reny and her mother Audrey Epstein Reny shared a quiet moment during an appointment at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Katie Duggan reflected the horror and heartbreak of Canada’s 3-2 overtime victory over the US women in the Olympic gold medal game. Duggan, sister of US captain Meghan Duggan of Danvers, watched with friends and family at Braccia's Four66 Pub & Grille in Danvers.