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Daisybell describes this painting as Walka. Women and men from across the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara lands have become well known for this semi-abstract style painting. Walka are meaningful marks or patterns that are are painted on the body during inma (ceremony), on rocks or cave walls, and drawn into the sand in a storytelling game known as milpatjunani. This painting shows many rockholes and the paths worn through the sand that lead to the rockholes. Surrounding the rockholes are landscape features such as sandhills and spinifex grass.