Wild or controlled releases accepted.
Words may be in any part of the full (extended) title OR the author's name. Embedded words are fine. Foreign language words welcome! (NOTE: This is NOT an all-inclusive list! I am always open to suggestions/questions for more words)
Earth, Air, Fire, Water
adobe, amber, ash, aurora, avalanche, bay, beach, blast, blaze, blizzard, bog, breath, breeze, brook, bush, burn, canyon, cape, cavern, cay, clay, cliff, cloud, coal, coast, continent, copper, country, cove, creek, crystal, dell, desert, dirt, draft, dune, dust, element, ember, emerald, Everglades, falls, fen, field, flame, flare, flood, flower, fog, forest, frost, gale, garden, geyser, glacier, gold, gravel, granite, grit, ground, gust, hail, harbor, heat, heath, hill, holler, hollow, horizon, hurricane, ice, inferno, iron, isle, island, jade, jungle, key, lagoon, lake, land, lava, light, lightning, marine, marsh, metal, mineral, mire, mist, monsoon, moor, moon, moss, mountain, muck, mud, narrows, nature, Northern Lights, ocean, orchard, outback, park, peak, pearl, peat, pebbles, peninsula, plain, planet, point, pool, pond, port, prairie, puddle, pyre, quarry, rain, range, ravine, rime, ridge, river, reef, rock, rust, sand, savanna, sea, shadow, shore, silk, silver, sleet, sky, slate, smoke, snow, sod, soil, solar, sound, spark, spring, star, steam, stone, storm, strand, steppe, stream, summit, sun, surf, swamp, terra, terrain, thunder, tide, timber, tornado, tundra, tunnel, twister, valley, vine, vineyard, volcano, vortex, wave, wilderness, wind, wood, world, yard
* I will accept names of precious and common stones like amber, diamond, etc.
* Any element on the periodic table is accepted.
* I will accept proper names of rivers, oceans, volcanoes, mountains, forests, etc. (Ex. "Nile, Mt. Everest, Atlantic") However proper names of continents, countries, states, islands, providences, and so forth will NOT be accepted. **For those, check out Secretariat's Oh, the Places We Can Go challenge, also running in March.