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A Rising Star, A Confused Cat, A Ghost City: The Top 10 Photos of the Week

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We here at the Houston Press have long believed that some of the best photographers in the world live right here in Houston. Between the slideshows and blogs we publish and the images you share with us in our Flickr Pool, we see tons of amazing photos every week, and this is our chance to celebrate our favorites.

This week's photos include a rising star in Texas politics, a very confused cat, and one hell of an optical illusion.

Kitten

You can almost see the wheels turning in the cat's brain as it tries to figure out what's going on.

Cheese waterfalls are the best waterfalls.

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If only every sunset could be this pretty.

That is a classy looking setup.

"Those are some interesting lights in the background," said no one ever about this photo.

357/365: Another view of downtown

We're blessed to live in such a good looking city.

Two chairs at rest.

Wendy Davis is still standing for Texas women.

H-Town Ghost Town

Don't freak out- Houston hasn't really become a ghost town.

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