Dragon Rocks Picture

Dragon Rocks
Enridge, Dales, Northern Kyreland.
Elevation: Pinnacles: 3400 ft. Nose: 2900 ft.
Type: Granite

One of the least known curiosities of Enwall, Dragon Rocks has fascinated geologists, artists, and poets alike with its strange, mythological semblance. Although no dragons have been seen in Enwall for centuries, and the rocks have been pronounced by wizards as totally non-magical, there are many folk tales centered around it. Most popular is the myth that dwarves carved the smooth, even pathway that leads up to the summit of the rocks, and those who can ride all the way up on a bicycle without stopping will get a wish granted. The bit about the dwarves carving the path is probably true, but the wish granting is complete nonesense, as many of the local mountain bikers can attest.


Prismacolor pencils on paper. I have a thing for dragons in rocks, or rocks that look like dragons. Of course, that might be a dog in the rock also, one never knows.

Landscape inspired somewhat by the place where I ride my bicycle.
8 1/2" x 11" glossy print available for $5.00 + shipping and tax (CA only) at the Eltsar Press Prints Gallery.
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