Nyangatja kapi piti Paltatatjara ka Minyma Tjuta nyinanyi ka wati nyiiru kumpini ka nyanga ngura minyma tjuta Tjukurpa Port Augustalakutu anu ka kapi kutjupa kutjupa Minga ka Ankinya ka Kulangnga ka Tjuntjun ka Kuruala. Nyangatja kapi piti kapi pulka ini Tuwan ka kapi kutjupa ini Atulan ka kapi kutjupa ini Wyara ka nyangatja Tuwanku Tjukurpa Kurparuku ka wati tjuta Tuwanlawanu Euclalakutu anu munu Eucla wiyaringu. This painting is of a water source and creation site named Tuwan. There are two other major sites here Atulan and Wyara. At Tuwan the ancesteral beings were magpie men who eventually made their way to Eucla on the coast where they perished. Ian Rictor emerged from a fully traditional life in Spinifex country in 1986. He was born at a place called Artulin, to the north of Tjuntjuntjara and grew up in the surrounding areas of Tuwan, Tjilutjipi, Kamanti, Wiritjara, Mantaratjara, Parntaltjipi, Tjili and Palka Palka which he shows in this painitng. Ian is a fully initiated man, who is knowlegable in many areas within Spinifex. He always paints his country and associated stories.Estelle has painted the area where she was born centred on Paltatatjara. Paltatatjara is an important place not only for the Minyma Tjuta (Seven Sisters) story but also a number of other Dreaming stories that cannot be elaborated in detail but include the Wati Kutjara (Two Men) and Kalaya (Emu) story. Because Estelle is the senior owner of a place that has special significance for both men and women, documentation and detail of the paintings is carefully defined and public interpretation involves a level of ‘assumed’ knowledge.