This painting shows the gap that runs through between Winnipa Springs (the pink hill) and Loomoogoo Country (the large red expanse). Patrick has painted the gap that leads into Patrick’s “daarn country” – his own camp, the place that he would come to during the holiday time provided by the Station. Patrick used to work on Texas Downs Station as a stockman and gardener. He was the last Aboriginal man to leave the station in the seventies. Patrick would take his holiday time in September, and his mob would rotate with another mob, so that there would always be someone working the station. When Aboriginal people took their holidays they had to leave all their station belongings behind ie shoes, clothing, blankets. So when Patrick went out bush he lived very traditionally. Patrick has also painted Brim Gorge in the background. “If you follow this one up, it’ll take you to Purnululu (The Bungle Bungles)” says Patrick.