Photo gallery Photos of the week, June 27, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Jamee Clapham, 7, and Molly Hearon, 6, (top) and Chloe McAuliffe, 7, and Lauren Chin, 8. (bottom) played on an empty lifeguard station at Pleasure Bay in South Boston on the first day of summer. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Roses bloomed in the Boston Public Garden on the first day of summer. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe Maria Barao wore a sombrero and held her Chihuahua, Buddy, as they watched the Boston Portuguese Festival Parade in Somerville. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Ray Neary stood behind the yellow line to protest outside Planned Parenthood on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston on the day the Supreme Court ruled the 35-foot buffer zone unconstitutional. John Blanding/Globe Staff SEIU members marched on Boylston Street in support of janitors who may lose their jobs because of MBTA cutbacks. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Jon Rogers was hugged by his wife, Maryellen, following services at St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Church in Scituate. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Friends, family, and colleagues gathered at Beacon and Fairfield streets in the Back Bay, where Jessica Campbell and John Lanzillotti, out for a stroll, were killed by a flipped car. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Clarisse Favelus, 88, of Brockton greeted Cardinal Chibly Langlois, the first cardinal named from Haiti, before Mass at The Basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Mission Hill. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Makenzie Lukas, 22, of Somerville was thrown into the air in City Hall Plaza as fans celebrated the US soccer team’s advance to the next round of the World Cup. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe Fans of the French World Cup team celebrated a goal at Lab Central in Cambridge. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A crew member climbed the rigging aboard the renovated historic whaling ship Charles W. Morgan as it sailed from Martha's Vineyard to New Bedford. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe EMT Joanne Dance (right) hugged Paula Dunbar after skydiving from 13,500 feet at Jumptown Sports Parachute Club in Orange. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Rio Kahn Ferguson, 10, shot a Smith & Wesson 626 .22-caliber revolver at a target as an AR-15 lays on the table beside him under his father’s supervision at the Marlborough Fish and Gun Club in Marlborough. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff A man took down his umbrella after a rain shower as he crossed the street near Government Center. Matthew J. Lee/globe staff Lead singer Dicky Barrett performed with the Mighty Mighty BossTones during Phantom Gourmet BBQ & Music Festival on City Hall Plaza. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Jamya Jones, 7, (left) and her sister, Jayla Jeancharles, 5, both of Dorchester, slid down a wall in a park in the South End. Zack Wittman For The Boston Globe John Bigelow examined a record while browsing at Cheapo Records in Cambridge. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff An early morning swimmer off Carson Beach.