This painting represents the rockhole and soakage water site of Pinari, north-west of the Kintore Community. During mythological times a group of women camped at this site after travelling east from the rockhole site of Malparingya.
This site is also associated with the travels of a Wanampi (water snake) to the lake site of Pinpirrnga (Desert Bore). The snake travelled underground to Pinari to avoid any contact with it's enemies. In the process the snake created a large tali (sandhill) throughout this area. The lines in this painting depict the tali.
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