My Limestone Coast | Part 1 March 10, 2014, 8 a.m.Tweet Print Story PHOTOS | This is why we love our Limestone Coast. THIS is why we love our Limestone Coast.Send in your photos to email@example.com. My Limestone Coast | Part 1 ROBE: Misty walks around Robe icon the Obelisk. Photo: Kate Foreman. LOCHABER: Quirky carvings from limestone. Photo: Lisa Caon.LONG GULLY, ROBE: Barnacles latch themselves to cuttlefish. Photo: Lisa Caon.ROBE: The beautiful Robe coastline in all it's glory. Photo: Nat Boulden. BOOL LAGOON: A pair of brolgas spread their wings. Photo: Steve Bourne.NARACOORTE: Black cockatoos perched in tree. Photo: Lisa Caon.LONG GULLY, ROBE: Interesting rock formations. Photo: Lisa Caon.KINGSTON: The annual Kingston Fishing Competition brought in some big catches, including this squid. Photo: Marilyn Trenaman. EDENHOPE: The great party atmosphere after the Apsley Cup on March 22.HYNAM: Interesting life-sized art in a paddock visible from the road. Photo: Lee Curnow.NARACOORTE: Bird watching at the Memorial Parklands. Photo: Skye Hoklas.NARACOORTE: Kangaroo spotting while doing the creek walk in the nature park. Photo: Skye Hoklas.PENOLA: Penola's return to the rodeo circuit attracted a 2000 strong crowd on March 1. Photo: Skye Hoklas.NARACOORTE: Brittney Mills urges husband Matt over a steep hill at the Black Cockatoo Bush Camp course for Naracoorte SA 4WD Club's charity rally on February 23. Photo: Peter Flavel. ROBE: Heath Baker takes the dogs for a swim, but Spy prefers to fly. Photo: Kristal Tonkin. KINGSTON: The annual Kingston SE Joggers World Triathlon was again a big hit in 2014, here Tom Gardner gets ready for the bike leg of the race. Photo: Ace Coote.TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story My Limestone Coast | Part 1 first appeared on Coastal Leader.