In this painting Linda explores one of her many themes - Windmill - first contact. This story relates to when she was a small child walking out of the Gibson Desert in the west, with her mother, adoptive father Shorty Lungkata Tjungarrayi, and another Senior Law Man and his two wives during a severe drought. They walked to Haasts Bluff ration depot run by the Lutheran Missionaries. When not far from community, they awoke to see and hear a windmill for the first time. While Lungkata, more widely travelled, knew what the windmill was, the other Senior Law Man threw his spears at the Mamu (monster), while his wives fled in terror. Eventually, Lungkata was able to calm the man and the group. However, the moment remains etched in Linda's memory, and is a recurring theme in her work.