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The Holiday In Photos

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For people with extended families and extenuating circumstances, the Christmas holiday isn't officially over yet. But we decided to dig into the Houston Press Flickr Pool and see what kinds of holiday imagery our photogs captured this season.

Interestingly (and perhaps thankfully), not one dog wearing antlers.

Happy New Year ...

Merry Christmas Flickr!!!

Santa Baby, I wanna Cannon EOS Rebel T2i

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Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree

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Houston Tweet Drive

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Big Al's Pizza

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