This painting shows Pikilyi (Vaughn Springs) west of Yuendumu. This is Gordon’s father’s and grandfather’s country. Gordon painted here both skin groups who are the traditional owners for Pikilyi. The designs on the right and left side of the painting show the skin groups of the Tjapanangkas (blue diamond shapes) and the Tjapangardis (red diamond shapes). The two blue diamond shapes in the middle represent Pikilyi.