Globe photos of the week, June 13, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Barry Chin/Globe Staff President Obama hugged a new graduate of Worcester Technical High School during commencement ceremonies inside the DCU Center in Worcester. The president was the featured graduation speaker. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Richard Andrews (right) celebrated during the graduation ceremony at Pine Street Inn, where about 100 residents of the homeless shelter completed vocational programs. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff Workers protested in Boston’s Park Square in favor of higher wages and against income inequality. Hundreds of low-wage workers from multiple industries also gathered in Worcester and Springfield. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Family members left funeral services at Jubilee Christian Church in Mattapan for 2-year-old Daylan Walker, who fell from the roof of a Dorchester day care center. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Peace activist Joao DePina was comforted by a neighbor in front of a memorial to his brother, Michael DePina, who was shot and killed on Taft Street in Dorchester. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Boston District Fire Chief Steve Shaffer placed a flower on the grave of a fallen firefighter during the 121st Annual Firefighters Memorial at Forest Hills Cemetery. Zack Wittman for The Boston Globe Dick Pantalone of Madison, Wis., climbed down from the peak of Mount Washington as a blanket of fog overtook the observatory and museum. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff President George H. W. Bush made his eighth parachute jump to mark his 90th birthday in a tandem jump with Mike Elliott and members of the All Veteran Group from a helicopter over Kennebunkport, Maine. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff The USS Constitution made its way back to Charlestown after firing a cannon salute off Castle Island to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Midway during World War II. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Jake Doyle and Natalie Fuller, both 5, waited to see the motorcade through Hingham for US Marine Lance Corporal Michael Leahy, who was returning from duty in Afghanistan. John Blanding/Globe Staff Gina Aiello of Peabody and Shane Riddle of Stoneham scoped out locations for their engagement photo at Halibut Point State Park in Rockport. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Construction of an apartment and retail building on Albany Street in the South End partially blocks the whale mural on the side of the Planet Self Storage building. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A spider’s web was covered in sawdust that almost looked like water drops. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A construction worker carried a bucket to water trees at a construction site for a new playground in the Channel Center on A Street in South Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff A rower passed Eastern Point in Gloucester. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Dharma Hines, 8, of Dorchester practiced her swing during the Prince Hall Grand Lodge Masonic Temple Annual Family Day picnic at Forest Hills Park. Jim Davis/globe staff Jared Chin (9) celebrated scoring a point as Newton South met Needham in the Division 1 South boys' volleyball final at Newton North High School. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Xaverian goalkeeper Michael Toomey (25) held off Duxbury's Niall Dillon (15) in the Division 1 boys' lacrosse semifinals at Harvard Stadium. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Masconomet players celebrated on the field with the state championship trophy after defeating Westwood 10-2 at Brockton Rox Stadium.