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It's been hot and not exactly picture taking weather, so summer is slim pickings for Houston photography. But summer here is a unique kind of awful, varying from the scorching heat of the desert, to the junglish humidity of the tropics depending on which way the wind is blowing on any given day. Either way, enjoy and pray for fall!