Nola has helped her husband Coiley Campbell paint his country that he walked around and lived off as a young man. The concentric circles represent the water sites that sustained him and his family for countless generations.
Yunpalarra, a large dry lakebed (walatu), West of Patjarr, marked on maps as Lake Blair is shown. Tjitu, a group of rockholes, Kunamarra, two large rockholes, Kukupitjarra, Kalpi, Tamantjarra, Tika Tika, Wyul, Tartjarr - a permanent soak water site, with a big wanampi (water snake) an important rain place, Yurrultjarra, Wanaritjarra, Talilla, Kariwarra and Patjarr are shown and named by the artists. Nola and Coiley used to walk kapitu - kapitu (rockhole to rockhole) in the time before clothes.