Boxer has painted some of his traditional country, found along the middle stretches of Purkitji or Sturt Creek. The main channel of Purkitji is depicted as the strong vertical black line while the many smaller tributories of Purkitji are depicted throughout the painting. The dark blue section of the painting depicts the black soil country and the black horizontal line is the spinifex.
Boxer has painted a stretch of his country called Kitjingarra, which is along the central sections of Sturt Creek, or Purkitji, north of Balgo. Boxer knows this country intimately and has featured the many different types of soil and vegetation found along Purkitji. The white horizontal panels depicts the main channel of Purkitji.
This painting depicts an area known as Yinboy, which is the headwaters of Sturt Creek. The various circles show different waterholes along the Strut Creek drainage, that fill after the wet season, and the different colours of the waterholes indicates the different stages of drying out, or milkwater season. The dot work indicates rain falling in the bush, and how it flows into the different creek channels.