This painting depicts the Tjukurrpa (Dreaming) of Minyma Kutjara (Two Sisters) travelling on Ngaanyatjarra Country from Irrunytju country, to Docker River, continuing to Kintore. When the women arrived at Irrunytju they began to dance with nulla nulla (dancing sticks), creating a big waru (fire). After the waru went out, a big water appeared, now known as Wana Wani Rockhole. Margy depicts the waru and water with vibrant colours, often showing the two sisters sitting near the water. This Tjukurrpa was passed down to Maggie from her grandmother, Kuntjil Cooper, a senior Pitjantjatjara artist from Irrunytju.