The Big Picture

Globe photos of the month, June 2016

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month, including Pride Week, graduations, the annual Dorchester Day Parade, and summer baseball.--By Lloyd Young
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Dennis Reddy did his early morning exercise routine as the sun rose over Pleasure Bay. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff)
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Rudy Martinez made horseshoes at St. Pierre Manufacturing Corp. in Worcester, the lone mass manufacturer of recreational (or throwing) horseshoes left in the country. It produces ‘’hundreds of thousands’’ of shoes per year, according to Peter St. Pierre. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff)
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Employee Zach Cohen removed a pair of sunglasses from a display at Ball and Buck on Newbury Street. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Ivan Myjer cleaned up the sculpture of Alexander Hamilton on the Commonwealth Avenue Mall in Boston for the Friends of the Public Garden. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
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A large humpback whale washed ashore at Rye Harbor State Park in New Hampshire. The whale drew attention from many curious onlookers as from the New England Aquarium. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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A gypsy moth caterpillar infestation is taking a toll on oak trees in the area. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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A newborn markhor, an endangered mountain goat species, is now on display at the Stone Zoo. The female markhor was born on May 30 and made her exhibit debut in June. Markhors are native to the Himalayan Mountains and are the largest of the wild goat species. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
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Six-year-old Jordan Parrett of Indiana played in Onset Bay during a family vacation. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff)
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Seniors posed for a selfie before the Jeremiah Burke High School graduation ceremony. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
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A boy balanced on his bike along the boardwalk on Carson Beach in South Boston. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Music therapists Joanna Bereaud and Dana Osterling worked with patient Ana Miranda, 2, as part of the music therapy program at Boston Children’s Hospital. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
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Andrew Ferry, son of the owner, talked about the loss of a barn to fire on the Micael P. Ferry Farm in Weston. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Worcester County House of Correction inmate Edwin Ortiz has been granted parole but still hopes to remain in the substance abuse program. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
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Raekwon Jaquay Brown’s mother and father broke down during his funeral in Dorchester. Brown, 17, was gunned down outside the Jeremiah Burke High School. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Graduates of the Pine Street Inn’s job training programs lined up to get their diplomas. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
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A supporter of US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waved a flag across the street from a fund-raiser featuring Trump in Boston. (Keith Bedford/Globe Staff)
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Mourners reached out to touch a ghost bike on June 29 at a vigil for Amanda Phillips, who was killed while riding a bike in Inman Square. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff)
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Mr. Boston Pride Ian McLeod (left) and Miss Boston Pride Kamden Rage watched the LGBT Pride flag raising ceremony at Boston City Hall Plaza to mark the start of Pride Week. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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The Boston skyline rose above sailboats on Dorchester Bay. ( Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
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Twins Bridget (left) and Kiera O’Sullivan, 4, of Dorchester blocked their ears as a marching band passed by during the annual Dorchester Day Parade on June 5. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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A statue of Nathaniel Hawthorne in room that was his study, upstairs at the Wayside. The Wayside is a National Historic Landmark lived in by three American Literary figures: Louisa May Alcott, Margaret Sidney, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. It was closed for three years for a major renovation and reopened June 25. (Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff)
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After his arraignment in Charlestown Municipal Court, Lenny Quintero-Flores spoke with his defense attorney M. Barusch. Quintero-Flores is charged with manslaughter. He admitted to pushing his friend Mitchell Harrison into the Charles. He said it was a joke and an accident. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
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One of several dozen people who gathered in Franklin Square in the South End for a free outdoor yoga class led by Boston Public Health Commission Active Living Project Manager Nicole Ferraro. The health commission, the parks and recreation department , and Blue Cross Blue shield of Massachusetts are partnering to provide the Boston Parks Summer Fitness Series. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
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Adrian Guan, 2, and his grandfather Guan Zhu played together at the renovated Elliot Norton Park in Bay Village. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Sophia Zaphiris, 7, of West Roxbury, (left) and Caleb Murphy, 4, of Dorchester, were prepared for the rain as they watched the annual Dorchester Day Parade on June 5. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Relatives of the late Elmer E. Pooler, the retired Scituate harbormaster, took his remains on a memorial cruise around Scituate Harbor. The memorial cruise included a quadruple cannon fire salute and flower drop at sunset in Pooler’s honor to thank him for his more than 30 years of service to the town of Scituate. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
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Competitor Staff Sergeant Gerald Ritter (left) of the Oklahoma Army National Guard called for a helicopter while treating Specialist Kyle Collins of the Delaware Army National Guard, who was playing the part of an injured soldier, during the Warrior Task and Training event of the Army National Guard’s 2016 Best Warrior Competition at Camp Edwards, Joint Base Cape Cod on June 22. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
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Friends and relatives of a man killed in a fire comforted one another in Manchester, N.H. The fire in a mixed-use building left four people dead and a firefighter injured. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
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A member of the Spartans Drum and Bugle Corps from Nashua, N.H., stood amid instruments before the start the Dorchester Day Parade. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Business integration manager Charles Rechtsteiner worked in a Brody chair at Autodesk in Boston. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
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Firefighter Patrick Carey (left) watched Charles Sumner Elementary School first-grader Jonovan Rodriguez leap from the ladder truck. Firefighter Jason Anderson is at right. The students and teachers along with community leaders bid farewell to their damaged playground during a morning gathering and thanked Boston firefighters and donors for raising money to rebuild their playground that was destroyed by a fire. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
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Jane Bergman, a delivery driver for Grubhub, ran down a street in Chestnut Hill searching for an address for her delivery. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff)
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Members of BANDALOOP, a pioneering vertical dance company, rehearsed an original choreographed routine on the gleaming glass facade of 100 Northern Ave. at Fan Pier. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
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Olympic Fencer Eli Dershwitz (left) fenced at the Zeta Fencing Club in Natick. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Jeremiah Burke High School sophomore Jeffery Arias was greeted by men of color from Boston and surrounding communities as he arrived at school on June 13. The men were gathered to show support, encouragement, and examples of positive role models. The welcome was organized jointly by the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety Initiatives and Boston Public Schools. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff)
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A campaign worker took down a flag after a Donald Trump event at St. Anselm College’s New Hampshire Institute of Politics in Manchester. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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A boxing club was started at Holmes Elementary School by an administrator at the school gathering kids most in need of calm and focus. The students box against boxing coach Russell Kimber who works with student Keith Evans. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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David DeCosta of Cranston, R.I., and his son Nicholas, 11, took part in a loose ball box out drill at a fathers’ and sons overnight basketball camp run by Providence basketball coach Ed Cooley at Providence College. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
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Ken Rivard bent down to frame up a photo of a tugboat in East Boston. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
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Beverly-Salem’s Nick Cotraro was out at the plate, as North Andover catcher Pat Agri made the tag. Beverly-Salem visited North Andover in an American Legion baseball game played at North Andover High School. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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Joseph Freiday (Virginia Tech) of the Joseph Freiday (Virginia Tech) of the Chatham Anglers (Clemson) photo bombed a teammates interview before a Cape Cod Baseball League game against the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox. (Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff)
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Red Sox manager John Farrell (left) had an intresting look in his eyes as he argued with first base umpire Dana DeMuth (right) over whether a bottom-of-the-eighth double off the green monster hit by Xander Bogaerts was really a home run. He lost the argument. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Chicago White Sox in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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After Red Sox batting hero of the game Hanley Ramirez got the shower treatment from teammate David Ortiz (not pictured) he howled in reaction. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Baltimore Orioles in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello puts the tag on Chicago’s Adam Eaton in the 1st inning as Eaton slides into home on a wild pitch in which Porcello covered the plate. Eaton was called safe as he scored from 3rd base. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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Red Sox starting pitcher Rick Porcello put the tag on Chicago’s Adam Eaton in the first inning as Eaton slid into home on a wild pitch in which Porcello covered the plate. Eaton was called safe as he scored from third base. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
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Xander Bogaerts, who hit a single to win the game, got dowsed with energy drink along with NESN reporter Guerin Austin who was interviewing him at the end of the game. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
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