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Four spots for postcard backdrops around Houston

Marisol Gallagher

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HOUSTON, TX - Crafting handmade postcards can be a great way to catch up with your friends and family, or even as birthday gift cards. Here we have prepared five impressive spots for your postcard backdrops that are worth visiting around Houston.

1) Gerald D. Hines Water Wall Park
2800 Post Oak Blvd

Your first destination would be the iconic Houston landmark, Water Wall Park. You don't even need to try so hard when taking the pictures because this semi-circular fountain is stunning from every angle. Its 64 ft tall represents the 64 stories of the Williams Tower which sits opposite the Water Wall.

2) The Menil Collection

1515 Sul Ross Street

Known for its beautiful art pieces and relaxing environment, make you want to stroll around longer there. Find the Menil Curve in front of the Menil Drawing Institute or head to in front of the main building, and Menil's green spaces. Actually, each spot at The Menil Collection will add more interesting elements to your photo.

3) Eleanor Tinsley Park
500 Allen Parkway

Nothing is better than a natural light straight from the sun to get the perfect lighting for your photo. Eleanor Tinsley Park provides you with Houston's urban jungle and its skyscrapers at the same time. It would make a great composition of green and light blue for your photocard.

4) 8th Wonder Brewery
2202 Dallas St

Among other spots, there is a unique spot of a brewery in East Downtown Houston that you shouldn't miss. You will find 36-foot statues of The Beatles right at the back of 8th Wonder Brewery, which makes a perfect landscape to shot. When the sun's out, take a sip of their various choices of flavorful cocktails and beers.

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