| The completed work with its electric dotting,
and the stars (large white dots) which seem to be falling in space.
The long black lines at both sides are the witi poles, branches
which the men tie to their legs during related initiation ceremonies.
The arcs at top and bottom represent the Japaljarri and Jungurrayi
men who were originally the stars of the Milky Way. The concentric
circles at either end are waterhole sites where events of this story
occurred and the long black area at center is the ceremonial object
representing the night sky or Munga that the men dance with to bring
on the change of seasons at the end of the winter.