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Celebrating Pride, the Fourth of July, and More: The Top 10 Photos of the Week

Independence Day in Houston

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 look at the Pride parade, a boxing icon, and the obligatory holiday fireworks shot.

Don't you hate it when the food is almost too pretty to eat?

New Kids on the Block may be men, but you can still call them a boy band.

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Sometimes it's best to just let the photo speak for itself.

Two of the thousands upon thousands that made their way out to the Pride parade.

Critical Mass June 2013

Reasons to bike: save gas, get exercise, be in awesome photos.

Counting down the days until they stop staring and start punching.

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2013 Houston Pride Parade

Sometimes you just have to let it all fly in the wind.

Wouldn't it be nice if we could all have roaring pizza fires in our homes?

Pretty sure no one is getting in her way at Electric Run Houston.

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