In this painting Sarah has painted her country Minna Minna. The different colours in the painting represent the Tali (sandhills) that surround this country. Sarah says that there are good putja (bush leaves) which she cooks over hot coals. The white flowers of the putja are used in ceremony, rubbed onto the young men“’s chest to make them strong ones. Sarah recalls as a child walking all over this country, she says that there are many rock holes in the area.