After the rains there is freshness on the land. The landscape is exploding with colour and life, wombaa (dust) has gone, this is springtime. There is optimism in the new configuration. The eagles are circling searching for new born lambs.
This image depicts being constantly visited and harassed by people with authority as they passed through the town. The broad brush strokes hide the writings of the Native Welfare Department. The journals that were written and kept on record by the department were not available to Noongar people until many years later. However, the constant threat of being removed to a mission way of life affected the everyday life of the Noongar people. Vivid lines are seen.