This painting represents the area near the community of Parnngurr. Parnngurr was a very important site for the artist's family in the pujiman (bush) days as there is a permanent yinta (waterhole) there. The artist travelled this country extensively with her family. They would travel from place to place depending on where the water and hunting was. Within the painting the artist has depicted several water sources Yalpu, Wangkakarlu, Parnnkurrl and Kurran Kurran.
One of the most prevalent Jukurrpa (dreamtime) stories in this area is the Minyi Puru (Seven Sisters) story. The basic narrative in this story is that and old man call Yurla is chasing seven sisters across the desert. Lots of different events happen between the man and the sisters at different sites all the way from Roeburne on the coast through Martu country, before they continue east on their journey. Within this painting the artist has represented the Minyi Puru dancing within the yellow section.