This story was passed onto Watson by his father and grandfather. Tjunti is west of Nirrapi and is a wallaby dreaming place. The wallabies travel around Tjunti following the tracks that lead between the waterholes. There is a rock that marks the spot of the ancestral dreaming place of the wallaby. The Tjungarayai and Tjapaltjarri men are the custodians of this tjukurrpa.
The painting tells the story of the rain and hail making ceremony for the site of Kalipinypa. Ancestral forces are invoked to bring on a powerful storm with lightning, thunderclouds and rain sending a deluge to rejuvenate the earth, filling the rock holes, clay pans and creeks and creating new life and growth upon the land. Today the Nakamarra, Tjakamarra, Napurrula and Tjupurrula men and women are the custodians of this important Water Dreaming site and celebrate its stories in the ceremonies. Watson says that the lines represent the water travelling into the waterholes, as well as rain and hail brought be the storm.