07 Pictorial 1st. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Castleton, Vermont 10/11/21 Fog lifts over Lake Bomoseen in the early morning, as seagulls occupy a boat dock near the shoreline. 2nd. Erin Clark / The Boston Globe Students are spaced apart as they sit on the field at Fenway Park at Northeastern’s 2021 Commencement on May 8, 2021 in Boston, MA. Fenway Park played host to Northeastern University’s first in-person commencement since 2019, as students reflected on a difficult year that involved an upheaval of college life and relentless COVID-19 swabs. “Your class has to be the most tested in history,” joked Northeastern president Joseph E. Aoun. 3rd. CJ Gunther / European Pressphoto Agency Sailors compete in the Men’s Laser Class discipline in the Sailing events of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games in Enoshima, Japan, 29 July 2021. HM1. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Rochester 11/02/21 The last full week of cranberry harvesting was taking place at the one of A.D. Makepeace Companies cranberry bogs in Rochester. At their 20 acre bog, workers corral the cranberries into a circle so an underwater pump can suction the cranberries on to a conveyor belt where they are dropped into a waiting truck. Based in Wareham, Makepeace is the world’s largest cranberry grower. HM2. John Tlumacki / The Boston Globe Brooks, Maine -12/8/ 21 With the temperature at 21 degrees, Drew Houser uses his Suffolk Punch draft horses to move logs he cut down at his Two Tides Horse Farm. He has been horse logging for ten years clearing land the traditional way which is gaining popularity again because it is a sustainable form of logging. It’s easier in the colder months to pull logs with horses because the ground is harder, but he still works. year-round. The Suffolk Punch horses are a rare breed with only about 1200 left in the USA.