Navajo Petroglyphs at Crow Canyon.Detail of pictograph panel, Crow Canyon. Navajo people interpret this as a representation of Gháá' ask'idii. His horns tie him to the Mountain Sheep People, an ancient race associated with the night chant, Tl'eejí. Generally a benevolent figure, Gháá' ask'idii carries many kinds of seeds and foods in his feather-crowned backpack.Photograph by James Matthew Copeland, via New Mexico Bureau of Land Management.
Thistle: A good food to regulate blood sugar, ideal for the liver and gallbladder. The stems of the globed leaves may be eaten, as with an artichocke. The roots can sauteed or roasted, gratined, and so on, as well.
Eucalyptus Seed Pod. More images of eu seed pods: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=Eucalyptus+Seed+Pod&rlz=1C1CHMO_en-GBAU582AU582&es_sm=122&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=dO-hVJXDJMHm8AWdj4KYBg&ved=0CB4QsAQ&biw=1280&bih=899