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From Vegas to the Moon to the Edge of the Earth: 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 living legend, trips to Vegas and the end of the world, modern pop royalty, a different look at a furry friend and more. Enjoy.

Leon Russell remains a bad ass.

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Even when the results are clean, the creation process can get messy.

Pitbull kept the party going with a smile on his face all night.

Texas Stormtrooper

Texas rules, even in a galaxy far, far away.

One day we will all glow in the dark, but for now the kids in Vegas are ahead of the curve.

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Have you ever really looked at your cat?

Super Moon 2013

Super. Moon.

Not everyone wanted to shake hands with The Art Guys.

Journey To The Edge

Ever wondered where the edge of the Earth is? It's in Iceland and we want to be there.

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