The Big Picture

Globe photos of the month, January 2016

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month including the first winter storm to hit the region, NHL Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium, welcoming in the New Year, and the Patriots loss in the AFC Championship game in Denver.--By Lloyd Young
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Rue, a 3-year-old golden doodle, chased squirrels along the Charles River Esplanade in Boston on Jan. 6. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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A man walked across a wet sidewalk reflecting a mural featuring fish along Atlantic Avenue in Boston on Jan. 10. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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The moon seen through Christmas lights in Medfield on Jan. 7. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Mark Poutenis of Lunenburg, dressed as Chewbacca, waited at the starting line before taking the plunge into Dorchester Bay with other swimmers during the annual L Street Brownies New Year’s Day Swim in South Boston on Jan. 1. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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A hat from the previous night’s celebration sat on Boylston Street on New Year’s Day in Boston. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Senator Bernie Sanders addressed a rally at the Peterborough, N.H., Community Center on Jan. 21. One of the youngest attendees was Emerson Bishop, 1 ½. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
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Democratic presidential candidate Hilary Clinton spoke to the Globe editorial board during a meeting at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, N.H., on Jan. 10. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Robin Roy screamed as she Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump signed her poster during a campaign rally at the Tsongas Center in Lowell on Jan. 4. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Massport Fire Assistant Chief Ronald Johnson put on his gloves outside Florian Hall on Jan. 7. He was in line with others to pay their respects at the wake for Firefighter Michael Mullane. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
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Neil Couvee, owner of Chip-in Farm in Bedford, said the farm raises 3,000 laying hens, which produce approximately 200 dozen eggs each day for sale in the farm’s general store. Massachusetts voters may vote to adopt a measure requiring all eggs produced and sold in the state to be cage-free. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
11
Michelle Manter of Milford poured herself a cup of tea inside The Old Timer in Clinton on Jan. 26. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Max Tovar, 4, listened as his mother, Connie Tovar, read in the Children’s Library at the Boston Public Library Jan. 23. The area opened in February 2015 as part of phase one of an ongoing renovation project. (John Blanding/Globe Staff)
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The Rev. Theodus Jordan gave praise during a musical selection as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation Jan. 10 at Twelfth Baptist Church, King’s home church in Boston. The program Jordan held included a photo of the Rev. Michael E. Haynes with King at the Massachusetts State House in 1965. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
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Cristina Brinkerhoff posed for a portrait in the nursery she and her husband, Jeremy, are preparing for their expected daughter, at their home in Braintree on Jan. 21. Brinkerhoff, a Brazilian immigrant, is 20 weeks pregnant and decided to forgo a visit to her parents in Brazil once news broke about a possible link between a mosquito-borne virus in South America and a terrible birth defect. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
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Boston Latin School student Imani Ziad, 14, of Dorchester, spoke to a reporter about the recent complaints of racism at Boston Latin School. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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“I love expressing myself,” said Boston Marathon bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran, 20, of Dracut. The scars on her body from the bombing were not her choice, but by getting tattoos, she is marking her body the way she wants. Her mother, Celeste, lost both legs in the 2013 bombings, and Sydney almost died from a severed femoral artery. Now, Sydney is training to become a Pilates instructor. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Commuters arrived at South Station in Boston on Jan. 5. Temperatures were in the single digits, and a high temperature of 24 degrees was expected. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
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Alexa Nihill, 3, (left) and her sister, Carmella, 5, of Pembroke, helped their grandfather Norman Smith of Whitman release a snowy owl named Salisbury at Salisbury Beach State Reservation on Jan. 17. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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A wild turkey stood in a doorway on Mount Auburn Street in Cambridge on Jan. 12. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
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A member of the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra readied her sheet music as the orchestra prepared to play during “A Day of Service and Celebration in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.” The Jan. 18 program was a partnership between the Museum of African American History and the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Tor Holck shoveled in back of the Pie in the Sky Cafe in Woods Hole as Winter storm Jonas moved into Massachusetts on Jan. 23. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
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UVM students Samantha Sayer, 19, of Missoula, Mont., and Benito Cecenas, 19, of Manchester, N.H., walked toward the water on Hampton Beach before jumping into the ocean on Jan. 17. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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The sun rose over Scituate Harbor on Jan. 15. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
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The wind blew a woman’s hair as she made her way along Washington Street in Boston on Jan. 13. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Kenneth Dyke-Glover on Proctor’s Ledge in Salem on Jan. 12. where he believes the Salem witches were hung. (John Blanding/Globe Staff)
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Malauni Alexander, 2, gave an admiring look to her father, graduate Marvin Alexander.The graduation ceremony for recruit firefighters of Boston and Quincy was held at Florian Hall on Jan. 25. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
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Shafts of late afternoon sunshine played on the corner of Franklin and Devonshire streets downtown Boston on Jan. 14. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff)
28
Amy Modglin of Melrose at the first Red Sox Women’s Fantasy Camp held at Fenway South in Fort Myers, Fla. Modglin curled up in a stall she believed was former Sox captain Jason Varitek’s. Tears rolled down her cheeks. “I got a little more than emotional,” she said. “To be in the locker room where he was naked, there’s just no words for it.” (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
29
Lauren Boden, 23, of Atlanta, pitched at JetBlue Park during the first Red Sox Women’s Fantasy Camp held at Fenway South in Fort Myers. She said, “It was fun. I loved pitching. It’s my favorite thing to do in the world. I was pretending I was Craig Kimbrel, he’s on the Red Sox now.” (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
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Burlington High School took on Woburn in a wrestling match at the school on Jan. 20. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask before the start of the game against the Vancouver Canucks on Jan. 21. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Fans cheered at the end of the American national anthem before the start of the NHL Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium on Jan. 1. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Boston Bruins Frank Vatrano couldn’t bear to watch the Canadiens celebrate the third-period goal by Max Pacioretty that put them up 4-1 at the Winter Classic. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Boston Celtics Evan Turner lost control of the ball with pressure from Chicago Bulls Nikola Mirotic during fourth-quarter action at the TD Garden on Jan. 22. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
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Shelly Jacobson, 24, posed for a portrait prior to the New England Patriots football game against the Philadelphia Eagles on Dec. 7. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Tom Brady lunged across the goal line for a Patriots second-quarter touchdown during the AFC Divisional Playoff game at Gillette Stadium against Kansas City on Jan. 16. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
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New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) hurdled Denver Broncos defensive back Josh Bush (20) after a fourth-quarter reception for a key first down on the Patriots’ final drive during the AFC Championship game in Denver. The Broncos beat the Patriots 20-18, ending New England’s season one game short of the 50th Super Bowl. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
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New England Patriots cornerback Darryl Roberts (28) dove for a Tom Brady pass that fell incomplete in the fourth quarter of the AFC Championship game. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
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Following the missed two-point conversion that ended New England’s game and season, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, with his head down, walked back to the bench, yet another loss in Denver on his record. The New England Patriots visited the Denver Broncos for the AFC Championship Game held at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on Jan. 24. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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