Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Captive Fairy Pictures

For the story of how I captured the fairy and some of the strange events we've been experiencing visit my main blog at


It's really hard to get pictures of the fairy and when I do they always turn out blurry, way worse than this one, which isn't very good at all.  Every time I get out the camera the fairy gets all excited and distraught and I'm trying to win her trust so the last thing I want to do is upset the fairy.  I do not want her to fly away, and will not risk scaring her.

She's not human, she's a magical creature and is physically not as substantially solid as us, more ethereal by nature, and I think that's why light doesn't reflect as well and pictures turn out blurry, especially her limbs.  Her wings are gossamer and don't show up in photos at all, but here she had them curled on her back anyway.

See a full description on my other Blog.

 This is me, Michael Rigdon.  I'm the one that caught the fairy and currently have her at my house.

This is Westley Fench.  He and I are best friends.  He's seen the fairy and he's helping me figure out what to do with her.

This is Madison Renard.  Unfortunately she's see the fairy too and won't mind her own business


  1. Amazing picture, truely amazing. Try and get some more.

  2. Yes, but don't take any chances offending the fairy.

  3. You were lucky to get a fairy picture of any kind. Fairies are creatures of spirit and do not photograph easily.

  4. Fairies do not like having their picture taken. I'm really surprised you were able to get a picture of her.

  5. I love looking at the fairy's picture. Wish I could see her too.