This painting shows Lungarung, Winpa and the Mangala side of Yulparija country in the Great Sandy Desert of W.A. near the Percival Lakes. Weaver is represented by the yellow edged white t shaped cross and has depicted herself sitting down surrounded by trees in an important meeting place.
She says "this painting shows all the jila (living waterhole). Nyardanga, Nyirimbin, Mingarda, Milgarlgi, Lungarung" as illustrated by the path of circles down the mid-painting. She goes on to say "this country (pointing to the top right corner) Grandpa bin leave 'im for them. This country belong to old man but he bin pass away and leave 'im for all the brothers now. Snake place big one."
Winpa (located at the bottom right corner of painting) is a big jila and important rain making place for the Yulparija. He was a very powerful law man and rainmaker and was the last one of his countrymen to lay down. Like his sons he laid down to rest as a snake and is still active today. In the painting Weaver shows the people's tracks walking around Winpa in the white of the salt lake area of country.