Colourful, but desolate, view across the Arckaringa flood plain from Mount Batterbee (this appears to be a local name for the lookout more formally described as 'the lookout east of Mt Arckaringa'). The large outcrop is composed of mainly white coloured clay which is being
weathered. The brown areas are broken silcrete pieces formerly part of the cap layer protecting clay from weathering.
Once the silcrete layer fractured, probably during earth movement, weathering agents began removing the underlying material and
breaking up the silcrete.