Painting together Mr and Mrs Hogan have laid down a huge area of Spinifex country over which both have a claim through birth and relations. Several of the major Spinifex stories cross or converge within the area covered by the painting. Both artists are strongly aware of the secretive nature of the territory covered and thus 'document' a painting such as this by naming every single rockhole shown. In doing so, the onus of knowledge registered lays in the viewer not the artist. Overt mention is made of the Minyma Tjuta (Seven Sisters) story with the old man Nyiru in pursuit of a wife (shown as camps) and also of the Pirrl-pirrl fire. Pirrl-pirrl is a small bird that lit a huge fire in retribution. Red throughout this painting indicates the fire caused by Pirrl-pirrl.