06 Portrait/Personality 1st. Craig F. Walker / The Boston Globe Randy Detoma poses for a portrait after collecting water from a fire hydrant near Tent City, in Brockton, MA on December 2, 2105. He says heÕs been homeless since 1982, ÒI love the peace and quiet here, and I wake up to the birds in the morning. ThereÕs no regulations out here.Ó After nine years in the woods, Detoma is considered “The Dean” of Tent City. 2nd. Mark Garfinkel / Boston Herald April 4, 2015- Cambridge,MA. Sumner Germain is seen in a pub in Harvard Square. Gravely ill, Mr. Germain insisted on flying from his home in Baltimore, to Cambridge, to see his alma mater, for the last time. 3rd. Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe Raquel clutched EstrellaÕs giant teddy bear and cried for hours when she returned home after learning that the Department of Children and Families had taken her daughters away while they were at camp. Sitting on the bed she often shares with her daughters, she wailed: ÒI want my babies.Ó HM1. Greg Derr / Quincy Patriot Ledger Brant Rock, Marshfield resident and commercial fisherman Tim Mannix talks about how he was injured in his home while trying to secure sliding doors during the height of a blizzard. He received dozens of stitches and a broken nose when waves crashed through the doors. His home was severely damaged. HM2. Brian Snyder / Reuters A partially picked field of cotton is reflected in the window of the cab of a picker operated by nineteen year-old Reese Foster at Lee Farm in Bronwood, Georgia October 27, 2015. When Reese is not attending college, he works for Ronnie Lee, who farms 9,000 acres, of which about 5,500 acres are cotton. HM3. Angela Rowlings / Boston Herald Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is seen through reflections on the window of her limousine just after she and her husband arrived at Logan International Airport in Boston, Mass., Sunday, April 26, 2015. The prime minister and first lady visited the Boston Marathon Bombing site during their trip.