Well, that’s a mouthful. Each year the CHNEP produces a calendar and asks local photographers to provide photographs for public voting and consideration. To be included, each photographer can submit up to 3 pictures from the Peace and Myakka River watersheds. Once collected, the images are put up on the CHNEP website for voting and that is followed by selection for the calendar.
For the last couple of years I have managed to get one or two pictures in the calendar including one of the full page month featured pictures. This year, no such luck. However friends of mine from the Photo Adventures Camera Club did do well.
My three entries were:
The first two were taken at the Circle B Bar Preserve at the head of the Peace River and the Yellow Crowned Night Heron in Ponce De Leon Park.
Once the 2011 calendar is complete, you can download it in PDF format at the CHNEP calendar page. If you go there now, you can look at the previous years calendars. 2011s should be up in November.
If you go to their home page from the link on the right, you can subscribe to their newsletter and get the calendar every year.