I recently found myself Peter Pitted in the guts of the Kimberley in north west Oz, safe to say the setup feels more Straya' than Russell Coyte punching bubble-o-bills through a didgeridoo outside seven eleven cause the Hilux broke down. These beehive mountains in the Bungle Bungles were formed over a period seemingly longer than #TonyAbbott& #39;s stand down speech, on a sandstone river basin that formed a mountain range when the North Australia Craton dropped a Sonny Bill Williams shoulder charge on a smaller tectonic plate called the Kimberley Craton 1.5 billion years ago. Northern Australia's iconic red landscape (including the red stripes seen here) are caused by an iron oxidation layer forming on the iron rich rock - if you have four fifths of fuck all comprehension of the above, all it is is rust! The blue green stripes you can see is due to a more clayey layer of sandstone providing a snug home for Cyanobacteria which fight off rust and prevent discolouring in these regions. For youse academic cunce out there keen for more #geeupology feel free to follow me on Twitter, or on the 5.30 fast ferry to Manly, because I don't have Twitter.