Photo gallery Globe photos of the week, Dec. 28, 2012 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A road sign speckled with snow, churchgoers singing by candle light on Christmas Eve, and more of the week’s best images. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Snow fell along the Route 2 area in Princeton, and people came out to play. Skiers on slopes were visible from the holiday-decorated lodge at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff A curvy road sign was speckled with fallen snow on Chickatawbut Road in the Blue Hills Reservation on Christmas Day. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Kemi Ogunsaya (left) gathered family members together for photos in front of a Christmas tree near Terminal A at Logan Airport on Sunday. Her son, Charles, 10, handed a camera to Victoria Kayode. All were traveling from London, England, to visit family in Indiana, and had a layover in Boston. Bill Greene/globe staff A woman walked in the rain as steam hovered in Copley Square. Dina Rudick/globe staff Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley led a special Christmas service at St. Francis House in Boston on Christmas Day. At the conclusion of the service, Lisa Marie Jenkins stood up and sang O'Malley an improvised song of thanks."I'm homeless, oh yes, but I believe in God!" exclaimed Jenkins. Yoon S. Byun/globe staff The Common Street Community Church in Natick held a service on Christmas Eve. To conclude the service, Rev. Ian Mevorach and the congregation stood in a circle and sang "Silent Night" with lit candles. Suzanne Kreiter/globe staff Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino greeted children getting gifts at the Catholic Charities Teen Center at St. Peter’s on Christmas Eve. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Chu Ling instructed her young dancers to spread their fingers wide "like peacocks" at Chu Ling Dance Academy in Chinatown in preparation for their First Night performance at the FedEx Family Festival. David L. Ryan/globe staff Members of the cheerleader and gymnastics teams helped move mats at Peabody Veterans Memorial High School gym during the holiday break. Suzanne Kreiter/globe staff Cameramen shot video of rusted wall frames on display at a Massachusetts Department of Transportation press conference on Monday. Workers removed 117 wall panels in the Callahan Tunnel due to concerns about corroded bolts. Wendy Maeda/globe staff Dawn broke over downtown Honolulu as an army military policeman walked around the perimeter of National Cemetery of the Pacific on Sunday. Memorial services were held there for the late US Senator Daniel K. Inouye. Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff Family and friends of Wally "Chubby" Gray Jr., captain of the Foxy Lady II, lit candles before a vigil in Gloucester on Sunday. Gray was one of two men aboard the missing fishing vessel. Barry Chin/globe staff Boston College forward Ryan Anderson (right) let out a howl after scoring late in the fourth quarter, ensuring the Eagles a victory over the Providence Friars. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Tom Brady walked off the field after throwing his second interception against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker tumbled after a 25-yard reception against the Jaguars. Bill Greene/globe staff Tom Brady (right) chatted with backup quarterback Ryan Mallett during practice at Gillette Stadium on Thursday.