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December 11-17: The Week in Photos

Each week, we take a dip into the Houston Press Flickr pool and see what our talented photographers have been up to. Be sure to post your holiday pics to our photo group -- we are especially interesting in stunning photos of decorations. and kids, adults and pets sitting on Santa's lap.

As always, for more information on a subject or photographer, just click on the photo.

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Viewing the Flag that Flew over 911 Ground Zero

Goode Co. BBQ

Machine Close Up

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ARTICLE vs PILOT 2010 - Gold

Christmas at the Texas Medical Center, Houston

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