Send in best photos of Lake Worth Lagoon and you might make the calendar

The new South Cove Natural Area along West Palm Beach's waterfront on May 8, 2013. The county, along with Florida Inland Navigation District and the Lake Worth Lagoon Partnership Program, covered the costs for the $3.5 million project. (Richard Graulich/The Palm Beach Post)

(Richard Graulich/ Post)

What’s your best photo of the Lake Worth Lagoon? Send it in and the county might include it in the 2017 Lake Worth Lagoon calendar.

Palm Beach County’s Department of Environmental Resources Management  is holding its second annual contest, open to photographers of all skill levels and ages. ERM is seeking photographs of landscapes, underwater images, wildlife and people at the lagoon, which stretches some 20 miles from North Palm Beach to Ocean Ridge.

You may submit up to five digital images and enter into a general or youth category. You must fill out a submission and sign a release.

The 2017 calendar will be distributed free, while supplies last, on Nov.  12 at the third annual LagoonFest, a family-friendly celebration of the lagoon set for the West Palm Beach GreenMarket on South Flagler Drive along the downtown waterfront.

For more, visit http://www.LagoonFest.comand select the “Photo Contest Rules and Entry Form” under “Photo Contest.”