When U.K.-based artist Robin Wight captured a photo of light streaming into a clearing in the woods, the resulting picture had something unusual about it. In the top left corner the light had gathered in such a way as to create the illusion (or was it?) of a small fairy gracing the photograph. Illusion or not, the fairy captured Wight's imagination and he ran with it.
Wight took the inspiration and began creating wire sculptures of fairies which he wove throughout his forested property. "I put one up in the trees along my drive," Wight told HuffPost, "and the people in the local village spotted it and it became a local landmark."