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About photo greeting cards

There are so many types of postcards and greeting cards. Greeting cards are usually given on special occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas or other holidays, they are also sent to convey thanks or express other feeling.

In recent years, photo greeting cards have gained wide-spread popularity and come in two main types. The first type are photo insert cards in which a hole has been cut in the center. Your photo slides in just like a frame. The second type are printed photo cards in which the photo is combined with artwork and printed directly onto the face of the card. Both types are most popular for sending holiday greetings such as Christmas, Hanukkah & for baby showers.

If you can't take a beautiful photo, you can use stock photos of a photo gallery. If you have a beautiful photo, why don't you make your own cards with your photography?

About the state of New Mexico

State of New Mexico (New Mexico, Nuevo M xico) is a state in the American South-West. The north of the state contacts with the State of Colorado, the east with the with the State of Texas and Oklahoma, the west with the State of Arizona, and the south with the State of Texas and the border with Mexico.

The geographical features of the state are full of changes. Rivers, ravines, the mountains existing from the desert plain around Carlsbad City to the Taos city outskirts becoming the Rocky Mountains southernmost edge show the history of the continent generation clearly.
In addition, New Mexico is the land blessed with sunlight for nearly 340 days a year, there is very little natural disaster.

The federal government protects millions of acres of the State of New Mexico as United States national forest (United States National Forest).

The big cities of the State of New Mexico are Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho and Roswell,and so on.

『Navajo』is one of the American Indian tribes. "The Navaho" is a meaning called "the cultivated land of the arroyo". Navajo Nation is the reservation place extending over three states including the State of Arizona. It holds strong autonomy, and there is the power that is almost equal to one independent nation.

Scenic Byways in New Mexico

If you visit New Mexico, you are sure to take many scenic photos. Or there are so many photo galleries that have beautiful photo stocks of New Mexico.

New Mexico is home to 26 magnificent scenic byways. In fact, eight of the 126 America's Byways are right here in our state! The America's Byways Program is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, and was established to help recognize, preserve, and enhance selected roads throughout the states. The U.S. Secretary of Transportation recognizes these designated roads based on one or more intrinsic qualities - archaeological, cultural, historic, natural, recreational, or scenic. (Tourism Department)

Some of the Scenic Byways are:

Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway - This winding route takes you through some of the most beautiful areas of North Central New Mexico.

La Frontera Del Llano - Spend the day traveling through the grasslands and plains of New Mexico and experience the natural "Wild West."

Mesalands Scenic Byway - The very flat tops and steep rock walls of mesas are a unique feature of central New Mexico.

Native Heritage Trail - Trail exposes visitors to exploration routes and world-famous archeological sites.

Route 66 National Scenic Byway - In New Mexico, Route 66 slices across the entire state, from border to border, and, before a 1937 realignment, it made a loop to Santa Fe, then rejoined the main highway at Albuquerque.

Santa Fe National Forest Scenic Byway - Magnificent mountain scenery and cool summer temperatures lure vacationers to fish, hunt, camp, hike and backpack.

Sunspot Scenic Byway - The majestic Sacramento Mountains offer the traveler spectacular views of the Tularosa Basin and White Sands National Monument.

Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway - Leave the freeway and venture onto the Turquoise Trail, the scenic route that links Albuquerque and Santa Fe.

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