Clear Lake State Park Interpretive Association announces spring photography contest

A bobcat in Clear Lake State Park in Kelseyville, California. Photo by Brad Barnwell.

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Clear Lake State Park Interpretive Association invites community members to join them in the park this spring, and share your love of nature by posting your photos of the natural beauty you enjoy at Clear Lake State Park.

The association is holding its spring photography contest and accepting photos from April 1 to June 1.

The contest is for all ages and all photographic submissions must be digital and posted on the CLSPIA Facebook Page: All the rules for the contest can be found on this Facebook page.

You must be an amateur photographer and may use any type of digital camera.

Photographs must be taken inside Clear Lake State Park during the period of the contest. You may only post five photos during the period of the contest, but you may delete a photo and replace it with another. If you choose to substitute in a new photo, you will lose the likes on the deleted photo.

Judging will be in two stages: the five photos in each age group with the most Facebook likes will be honored and will move up to the panel judging.

The panel of judges will be selected by the CLSPIA Board and will judge the top five most Liked photos and award a top winner in each age group.