Probably not, but it's fun to imagine!
When photographer Lisa Wildgoose examined her pictures from a recent photo shoot of wildflowers, she found a special surprise hidden in one of them. Hovering near a bluebell was what appeared to be a tiny fairy.
Wildgoose posted the photo to her Facebook page, and asked people to "identify what insect this may be before I think I've really lost the plot." Wildgoose is not claiming that it is a fairy, although she points out that it "actually looks like it has blonde hair, a jacket, trousers, and little shoes."
This photo was taken in Northampton, England, a part of the world with a long history of fairy tradition and lore. England is also a hot spot for contemporary fairy sightings, from the Cottingley fairies (which were faked) in 1917, to more recent photos snapped by university lecturer John Hyatt in Lancashire.