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These 15 Electrifying Photos of Thunderstorms In New Mexico Will Blow You Away! New Mexico

New Mexico consistently reinforces its title as the Land of Enchantment. Even storms there make for absolutely stunning scenery. This list consists of many wondrous photos of thunderstorms mostly during the monsoon season. These 15 photos will surely blow you away!

1. Carrizozo, New Mexico

Carrizozo, New Mexico - Photo by Monty Jackson

Carrizozo, New Mexico – Photo by Monty Jackson

This is what it looks like before the lightening begins to strike. Rain is already falling over the plain and the dark cloud would be menacing if this wasn’t such a beautiful landscape.

2. Northern New Mexico

Northern New Mexico - Photo by Sienna62

Northern New Mexico – Photo by Sienna62

A magnificent photo taking from a car as the photographer drives through Northern New Mexico. The exact location is unknown, but the storm clouds and the capture is absolutely stunning.

3. Sunset Canyon

Sunset Canyon in Albuquerque, New Mexico - Photo by Grant Condit

Sunset Canyon in Albuquerque, New Mexico – Photo by Grant Condit

Now the lightening begins! Sunset Canyon is the perfect place to start. This silhouette is simply gorgeous.

4. Albuquerque Airport

Albuquerque Airport - Photo by Grant Condit

Albuquerque Airport – Photo by Grant Condit

The Albuquerque airport gets an awesome lightning show!

5. Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Albuquerque, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

The city of Albuquerque takes a lightning beating during this awesome storm.

6. El Malpais National Monument – Grants, New Mexico

El Malpais National Monument. in Grants, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

El Malpais National Monument. in Grants, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

The landscape couldn’t be more beautiful than this. El Malpais is the perfect landscape for such a great lighting show.

7. Levy, New Mexico

Levy, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Levy, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

No lightning here but this twister is about to hit ground in Levy, New Mexico. I’m sure there was one hell of a thunderstorm preceding it.

8. Grants, New Mexico

Grants, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Grants, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

Some places the lightning is always perfect, and one such place is in Grants, New Mexico.

9. Milan, New Mexico

Milan, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Milan, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

A single bolt of lightning steals the attention of the sky over Milan.

10. Grants Ridge Mesa, New Mexico

Grants Ridge Mesa in New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Grants Ridge Mesa in New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

11. Manuelito, New Mexico

Manuelito, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Manuelito, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

The gorgeous desert landscape of Manuelito has its share of strikingly beautiful thunderstorms.

12. Very Large Array, New Mexico

Very Large Array, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Very Large Array, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

I wonder if these antennae attract lightning. It definitely looks amazing out there during a storm through.

13. Haystack Mesa and Little Mountain – Prewitt, New Mexico

Prewitt, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Prewitt, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

Haystack Mesa and Little Mountain receive some beautiful lighting between them.

14. Casa Blanca – Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico

Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

Casa Blanca is bombarded with a downpour of rain and a beautiful single lightning bolt.

15. Mesita Mesas – Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico

Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico - Photo by Dave Arnold

Laguna Indian Reservation, New Mexico – Photo by Dave Arnold

A beautiful spot of rainbow with a single lightning bolt going through it above the Mesita Mesas make for a perfect finale of this beautiful series today.

John Ghost

John Ghost is a professional academic at Arizona State University working on his English (Writing, Rhetorics, and Literacies) degree. His path leads to becoming an English professor. He writes weird fiction for fun and enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter. He lives in the Valley of the Sun.

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