OLYMPIA — The Washington State Parks 2018 wall calendar is on sale now.

It features color photos of some of the park system’s “premier and unique features,” according to a press release. These include:

• A panoramic view of Daroga State Park

• A fascinating photo of Gardner Cave at Crawford State Park

• An inviting view at Skagit Island Marine State Park in the San Juan Islands

• A fairytale scene of a cabin in the woods at Kitsap Memorial State Park

• A beautiful underwater photo of an opalescent nudibranch at Saltwater State Park

• A holiday scene at Deception Pass State Park

Photographs are by Vince Streano of Streano/Havens Photography, Megan Kennedy of Rogue Heart Media, Carolyn Schneider of Standing Stones Photography and Design, Drew Collins of Made in Puget Sound, as well as from photographers who submitted photos to the Washington State Parks Foundation photo contest.

The calendar measures 13 inches by 9 inches when closed and opens to a vertical format measuring 13 inches by 18 inches. The calendar sells for $18.99 plus tax and is available for purchase online at myprint.wa.gov. Enter “calendar” in the search area. A link to the calendar order also is available on the State Parks website at www.parks.state.wa.us/wallcalendar. Orders must be made by Dec. 16 for delivery by Christmas.

Calendars also may be purchased at Washington State Parks Headquarters, 1111 Israel Road S.W., Tumwater. For information, call 360-902-8500.

To submit a photo to the Washington State Parks Foundation photo contest and be considered for inclusion in the 2019 State Parks calendar, visit online at wspf.org.

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