...Dragons are essentially equal-opportunity elementals. Yet for those who studied them, their intimate association with fire was of the greatest interest. True, water wears mountains into sand and turns barren plains green, and winds carry seeds and clouds across the heavens. But fire, dangerous and transformative to its core, excites the air with magic. It’s the archetypal alchemical element, able to change the essential nature of things with a lick, to turn iron into steel and sand into glass.
"...As October winds down and the air take on that frosty feel, a cry goes out for Dragonfire to warm our nights and light our way towards winter..." This is just a short quote from this reblogged post. Do take a look back and read the wonderful tales you will find on Dragons and Dragonfire. Enter the contest to win an autogrpahed book of Dragons for Beginners or The Dragon Keeper's Handbook or a limited printing of a copy of the short story "Because the Peasure-Dragon Whistle." All written by the author Shawn MacKenzie and the Dragon Keeper of the blog Mackenzie's Dragons Nest. Enjoy your visit with Dragons. J.K. the secret keeper