Globe staff photos of the week, Jan. 10, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page A Quincy woman prepared to go sledding in Fenway Park, Mayor Menino became emotional during his final moments in office, and more of the week’s best images. Bill Greene/globe staff Galina Kats dug out her car at Warren House in West Newton. John Blanding/Globe Staff Icicles on a restaurant window in Essex after the Jan. 3 snowstorm. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe A woman walked through steam on a cold day in Boston. John Tlumacki/globe staff A woman tried to break frozen ocean spray off her car parked in her driveway on Oceanside Drive in Scituate. John Blanding/Globe Staff Saira Austin shoveled her way out of her Gloucester home during the Jan. 3 snowstorm. Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff Ryan Sexton, 5, sledded down the front hill of his home with his sister Morgan,7, in Ipswich, where 24 incles of snow fell, one of the highest counts in the region. Joanne Rathe/ Globe Staff Bill Casey of Topsfield used his snowblower while his dog Ruffy kept him company. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Brittany Collins of Quincy got ready to go down the slide at Fenway Park. Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Vena Peres, left, of Lawrence and Tony Vu of Westford camped out near the Jet Blue ticket counter at Logan Airport after their flights were canceled due to the winter storm. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Stephen Sorkin as King Gaspar, handed gifts to Valeria Soto-Salas, 5, as ABCD sponsored a Three Kings celebration at the Bromley-Heath housing project. Three men dressed as the three kings who brought gifts for the baby Jesus. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe Chris Johnson, who was attacked with his own cane on the MBTA, posed for a portrait in Dorchester. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Mayor Thomas M. Menino's last hours in office were spent in his office with staff and some media. Jessica Rinaldi for The Boston Globe Sabina Taylor, 75, of East Boston (second from left) danced with incoming mayor Martin Walsh at a brunch for seniors at Northeastern University's Cabot Athletic Center in Boston. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Celtics point guard Avery Bradley stole the ball during a shot attempt by New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday in the third quarter at TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Bruins defenseman Adam McQuaid and Winnipeg Jets defenseman Mark Stuart duked it out in the third period at TD Garden. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Ashley Wagner did her routine during the Championship Ladies Short Program at the US Figure Skating Championships at the TD Garden. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Rockne Brubaker (left) skated as Lindsay Davis fell during the Championsip Pairs Short Program at the US Figure Skating Championships at the TD Garden. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Joelle Forte skated during a championship ladies practice at the US Figure Skating Championships at the TD Garden.