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Photography exhibition by the Rev. Craig Goodwin

Photography made by the Rev. Craig Goodwin while he battled non-Hodgkin lymphoma will be displayed in a two-day show next week at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center. The show will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 29 and 30 at The Cafe on lower level 3 at the medical center, 101 W. Eighth Ave. in Spokane.

Kokanee spawn at Trestle Creek last fall. Photographer Craig Goodwin said a small fish tank used as an underwater housing was key to getting this single exposure.

Craig Goodwin

Kokanee spawn at Trestle Creek

The Milky Way rises at 3 a.m. above Cataldo Mission in North Idaho.

Craig Goodwin

The Milky Way above Cataldo Mission

This was taken from Felts Field, more than a mile from Arbor Crest winery on the bluffs overlooking Spokane Valley.

Craig Goodwin

Arbor Crest winery

The Clocktower in Spokane’s Riverfront Park.

Craig Goodwin

The Clocktower in Riverfront Park

These eaglets are two days old and still have their “egg tooth” at the end of their beak, used to break out of the shell.

Craig Goodwin

Coeur d'Alene eaglets

Goodwin said he made this photo of the Japanese Gardens at Spokane’s Manito Park on his first photo outing after he finished his first round of chemotherapy.

Craig Goodwin

Japanese Gardens at Manito Park

Goodwin captured the Milky Way “arch” over Palouse Falls.

Craig Goodwin

The Milky Way over Palouse Falls

Goodwin said he wanted this panoramic image of Palouse Falls to make viewers feel like they’re on the trail that winds around the canyon.

Craig Goodwin

Palouse Falls panorama

Spokane Falls rage this spring under the lights of Spokane’s Huntington Park.

Craig Goodwin

Spokane Falls

A bird perches on a sunflower just north of Deer Park last summer.

Craig Goodwin


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