According to our guide, Susan, a geologist told her that the area of White Pocket was once liquified and then resolidified, creating the surreal landscape. One dominent feature are those white honey comb shaped rock blocks covering many hills. She asked me how to understand those patterns. I believe when a large area started to solidify, the solidification started from many uniformly distributed centers, and the solidification spread in cicle from each of those local center. When the boundary of solidifications meet, they squeeze each other and formed those honey comb shapes, a few feet accross in size.
White honey comb covered mounts.
A typical brain rock.
There are many similar fine patterns on those white rock blocks. Do not know what they are.