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Bio Pro photographer, naturalist & guide creating images capturing the spirit of wildness. Renowned for exceptional Yellowstone photography workshops.

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 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Is it time to finally get your photos organized? If so, plan now to join Cindy Goeddel for her acclaimed 24-hour Lightro" at St. George, Utah - 1912068759900775361

Is it time to finally get your photos organized? If so, plan now to join Cindy Goeddel for her acclaimed 24-hour Lightroom Workflow course in St. George, Utah from March 22nd to 24th. Get inspired, organized and have fun mastering the power of Lightroom Classic. This hands-on course is limited to 8 participants. Learn more and sign up: http://bit.ly/stgeorgelightroom (link in my bio).⠀ .⠀ .⠀ @lightroom

Swipe for a before/after edit. Do you want to learn how to edit your photos to make them look their best? If so, plan now to join Cindy Goeddel for her acclaimed 24-hour Lightroom Workflow course in St. George, Utah from March 22nd to 24th. Get inspired, organized and have fun mastering the power of Lightroom. This hands-on course is limited to 8 participants.  Learn more and sign up via the link in my bio.⠀ .⠀ .⠀ @lightroom

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "The largest rodent in North America, the beaver is a keystone species whose occupation is that of ecological engineer.  " at Yellowstone River - 1896545318935564930

The largest rodent in North America, the beaver is a keystone species whose occupation is that of ecological engineer. They build dams, divert steams, and fell trees which affects habitat structure. This beaver lives along the Yellowstone River near Hayden Valley, where their preferred food of willow and aspen is not available. Here they fell conifer trees and feed on submerged vegetation.⠀ .⠀ .⠀

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Hot Springs create a special environment for wildlife. Because of the heat created in the geothermal areas, food is avai" at Yellowstone National Park - 1894383682471526865

Hot Springs create a special environment for wildlife. Because of the heat created in the geothermal areas, food is available for longer periods of time and water courses in the hot springs area remain ice free throughout winter. These unique ares attract birds, mammals and insects because they provide food, shelter and warmth during wintery months. At Mammoth Hot Springs you can often see Killdeer darting about and gleaning insects from the shallow runoff channels.⠀ .⠀ .⠀

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "[Intern Post] A cow moose and calf gaze into the distance across the sagebrush flats in the predawn light.⠀
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[Intern Post] A cow moose and calf gaze into the distance across the sagebrush flats in the predawn light.⠀ ...⠀ Hello, I'm Emmet Arries (@emmetarries). I am Cindy's intern. This photo was taken while I was in Grand Teton National Park a few weeks ago. To view all my work and learn more about me, visit my website: EmmetArries.com (Link in Bio @emmetarries)⠀ .⠀ .⠀

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Excited and honored to be Canon’s Guest Speaker on ‘Photographing Yellowstone Winter Wildlife’ at the 2018 Bozeman Photo" at Bozeman, Montana - 1880871868729011755

Excited and honored to be Canon’s Guest Speaker on ‘Photographing Yellowstone Winter Wildlife’ at the 2018 Bozeman Photo Expo! Hope to see you there! For a Schedule of Events see: http://bozemancamera.com/events (Link in Bio)⠀ @canonusa

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Hello, I'm Emmet Arries (@emmetarries). I am Cindy's intern. I was in Grand Teton National Park for the past two weeks, " at Grand Teton National Park - 1879152212484172286

Hello, I'm Emmet Arries (@emmetarries). I am Cindy's intern. I was in Grand Teton National Park for the past two weeks, so I'm going to share a few photos over the coming days. To view all my work and learn more about me, visit my website: EmmetArries.com (Link in Bio @emmetarries).⠀ ...⠀ I arrived at moose pond one late afternoon to find a female moose eating underwater grasses from the center of the pond. A male was dozing in the grass at the water's edge. After about two hours of waiting, the female exited the pond and I was rewarded with this shot when the bull slowly started making his way across the pond in pursuit of her. The well being of my subjects is my number one priority (something which has been reinforced by Cindy), and this was no exception; taken with a 600mm super telephoto lens and a 1.4x extender to give the moose plenty of space.⠀ .⠀ .⠀

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Reposting @greateryellowstone:⠀ ...⠀ "It’s finally Friday! Time to leap into the weekend!⠀ 📷 @goeddelphotography.⠀ .⠀ .⠀ "

 image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Fantastic News!! Federal protections have been restored for the greater Yellowstone area grizzly bears and the planned t" - 1876545883949167480
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Fantastic News!! Federal protections have been restored for the greater Yellowstone area grizzly bears and the planned trophy hunts in Idaho and Wyoming have been blocked. District Judge Dana Christensen ruled that the Fish and Wildlife Service erred in stripping Yellowstone area grizzlies of their threatened status under the Endangered Species Act. @greateryellowstone

 image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "American Pika work overtime in the Fall putting up hay for the long Yellowstone winter. They need a large haystack to su" - 1869005351568701603
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American Pika work overtime in the Fall putting up hay for the long Yellowstone winter. They need a large haystack to survive in their cold, alpine environment. . .

 image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Repost @audubonsociety:
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Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) spends a lot of time photographing in Yellowstone Nation" - 1853362445054158094
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Repost @audubonsociety: ・・・ Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) spends a lot of time photographing in Yellowstone National Park, so she knows that on clear September days the LeHardy Rapids stretch of the river becomes filled with swirls of blue and gold. On one such day, she found this American Dipper diving and splashing in the rapids. ⠀ ⠀ Cindy's gorgeous photo was named one of the top 100 shots of this year’s . Want to see the rest? Click the link in our bio (@audubonsociety)!

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum)
Waxwings get their common name from the brilliant red wax droplets found on the tips" at Sweet Grass County, Montana - 1848695582690236793

Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum) Waxwings get their common name from the brilliant red wax droplets found on the tips of the secondary wing feathers. The function of these tips is not yet known, but they may help attract a mate. . .

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Otter (my wonderful dog) and myself at 10,150 feet on the West Boulder Divide, Sweet Grass County. Photo by my brother (" at Sweet Grass County, Montana - 1847246011270829736

Otter (my wonderful dog) and myself at 10,150 feet on the West Boulder Divide, Sweet Grass County. Photo by my brother (@mgoeddel) during a backpacking trip a few days ago.

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 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "Everyone has their rock. Some wait behind it for Pink Salmon to come through the channel.
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Everyone has their rock. Some wait behind it for Pink Salmon to come through the channel. . .

 Instagram Image by Cindy Goeddel (@goeddelphotography) with caption : "While in Alaska a fortnight ago, we were thrilled to watch, listen, and photograph humpback whales employing bubble-net " at Wrangell, Alaska - 1840723029588681685

While in Alaska a fortnight ago, we were thrilled to watch, listen, and photograph humpback whales employing bubble-net feeding, a complex feeding strategy. While many marine animals use bubbles to assist in prey capture, the coordinated and specific methods used by humpbacks are unique to whales in Southeast Alaska and are seen only in certain areas and seasons. A group of humpbacks will dive down to a school of herring, where one whale will release a ring of bubbles from its blowhole while spiraling under the fish. The air rises to the surface, trapping the fish. Simultaneously, another whale will produce vocalizations to further frighten the fish into small groups. The whales then lunge in unison to the surface through the bubble net with mouths open. The herring are trapped from all sides and scooped up by the whales. . .