Purnululu National Park

Around 350 million years ago, the sedimentary rock domes of the Bungle Bungle Range in Australia were formed. Their layering of orange and grey bands in beehive-like shapes make up a distinctive landscape in Purnululu National Park, which was declared a World Heritage Site in 2003.

Nature’s Basalt Columns

Interlocking rock pillars formed from cooling lava millions of years ago in captivating locations worldwide, most notably Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway, Iceland’s Svartifoss, and Scotland’s Fingal’s […]

Hanging with the hoodoos

These rock pillars, or hoodoos, tell the geologic story of erosion seen in treasured natural landscapes worldwide. Over millions of years, changes in climate conditions […]