This painting relates to an incident in the Ancestral period when Barrama and Laitjung made a fish-trap across a creek, shown by the horizontal band. They drove a row of tree saplings into the creek-bed and filled in the gaps with branches, mud and grass. The fish- trap metamorphosed into a natural rock formation, visible at the site. In the creek the two Ancestral Beings saw fresh-water, long-necked tortoises and made them mardayin (sacred). The regular diamond pattern represents Minhala, the fresh-water tortoise, moving through weeds in the creek.