Wild New Mexico – Landscape Photography by Andrea Hazel-Ihlefeld

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Andrea Hazel-Ihlefeld is originally from Pennsylvania, but her life as a photographer only truly began in New Mexico. The dramatic desert landscapes, fierce thunderstorms and incredible night skies in New Mexico provide endless inspiration for Andrea’s work. In order to get the best landscape shots, she gets up at sunrise, hikes into the wilderness and treks up 10,000ft mountains for a perfect view. She’ll go out in any type of weather–rain, sun, cold and heat–just to get a chance to take beautiful pictures.

To see more of Andrea’s photography, visit her website or etsy shop.

MOON SUNSET

Moon Sunset

WHITE SANDS GOLD

White Sands Gold

SANDIA FIELD LIGHT

Sandia Field Light

Sandia Winter Fog

Sandia Winter Fog

Volcano Lightning

Volcano Lightning

Gypsum Fields

Gypsum Fields

Winter's Rays

Winter’s Rays

Majestic Desert Mountain

Majestic Desert Mountain

Star Gaze

Star Gaze

Rugged Moon

Rugged Moon

Forever Dunes

Forever Dunes

Red Top Sandia

Red Top Sandia

Footprint Dunes

Footprint Dunes

Sky Spectacular

Sky Spectacular

Sunset Affair

Sunset Affair

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  1. Idiarto

    How do you take a picture of lightning were so perfect?

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  2. Barry Kidd

    Hi there Stephanie:

    I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for sharing Andrea’s photographs with us. Though it’s really hard to say I believe my favorite is Sandia Field Light.

    Beautiful photos or not my favorite part is your little “I read magazines for pictures” quote on your bio. That is just perfect. :)

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  3. Soumen Nath

    Outstanding images. I can imagine how much of hardwork and skill these images might have taken. Thanks for sharing.

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