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Canadian Forces Decoration

Canadian Forces Decoration – It was a BIG day for us last week. We attended an Honours & Awards Ceremony at 5 Wing Goose Bay

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Six Nunatsiavut Photographers Featured in Airport Exhibit

Airport Exhibit – In January we hung images from six Nunatsiavut photographers in the departure lounge at the airport in Happy Valley-Goose Bay.

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Royal Canadian Navy’s Canadian Leaders at Sea (CLaS) Program

The chance to participate in RCN’s “Canadian Leaders at Sea” program on the HMCS St. John’s was the experience of a lifetime

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444 Squadron Conducts Night Training in Goose Bay

444 Squadron Conducts Night Training in Goose Bay – lost, injured, in the woods alone at night in bad weather…..this is what help would look like!



Gallery Exhibit Opening June 5, 2019

Gallery Exhibit – Geoff Goodyear, My Photographic Journey at the March March Provincial Museum this summer. Opening Reception June 5, 2019.

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Interviewed for “Let’s get Writing” on Rogers TV.

I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Kathryn Musseau, the host of Rogers TV’s “Let’s get Writing.



Battle Harbour Visit 2017

My wife’s family are from Battle Harbour which is located on an island east of the Labrador Coastal community of Mary’s Harbour. They visit the family’s homesteads every summer and I had the pleasure of tagging along on this year’s pilgrimage.

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New Photo Contest

Air Borealis has a photo contest on the go! Get those cameras out folks. You can get more information …Read on for rules and info

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While We Sleep….

Taken over a 3 hour period, it shows a meteor, star trails, the North Star, passing aircraft



PEI Star Trails

On a recent visit with friends in PEI I was able to get several time lapse sessions during clear nights. This is a composite

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Don't miss the opportunity to see some of the most spectacular images from Nunatsiavut region of Labrador.  180 pages with narratives in both English and Inuktitut.
A collaborative effort of Geoff Goodyear Photography and the Nunatsiavut Government

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