The circular configuration crossed by linear bars signifies the important site of Yumari in the artist’s mother country, as identified by Bobby West Tjupurrula. The site is associated with the story of the old man Yina, who is punished for copulating illicitly with his mother-in-law at Yumarinya (mother-in-law place). His body when lying down formed an X-shaped rockhole at Yumari, a shape which articulates a physical landscape form and an ancestral body. Concentric circles depict sit-down sites where people rested, which are linked by straight journey line motifs, showing that there has been much travelling by many people. The patterned motifs to the right are ground paintings. The design has a raw vitality and visual power achieved through a use of intense pattern with dotting.