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FLAT fairy sightings.
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I first noticed the "Flat Fairies" on January 8, 2007.
As soon as I saw these paper thin fairies, I grabbed my camera because I knew they were something especially unique among unique things!
A page of assorted sightings.
The fairy drawings now have their own Gallery.
More fairy doors now have their own Page.
A specimen is shown below.
The group that I spotted is definately
NOT indigenous to Michigan.
I have reason to believe that they might be from
North Carolina! They may also have unique names.

I will confirm and post.
One, of several, unique characteristics of these flat fairies, is that they are very obliging when being photographed. Typically, I am challenged trying to capture a photograph of a fairy.
These guys will hold quite still...
except on occasion when something distracting (generally outside) causes them to flutter off.
A line of flat fairies in our hallway.
>>>
Some sort of mystical light.
They even went in to visit.
... and came out to say "hello".
... or just pose.
Flat fairies visited the fireplace.
I spotted them trying out the model tricycle-carriage.
A pair of flat fairies on the balconey in our kitchen.
... and then, a fourth!
... joined by a third ...
The following day, they were at
Red Shoes.
I was starting to imagine that they might be following me. Silly...
... except ... one block over, at The Ark
a few more flat fairies.
The flat fairy on the left had a LOT of nervous energy.
She eventually settled down ... briefly.
Down the street ... three more Flats
at Selo-Shevel.
I was becoming aware that there were MANY of them. Looking at the photos, I should be able to make a good guess at the number.
I don't know if they brought the coffee with them. It's not mine.
Naturally, further down the street, at the Peaceable Kingdom... more!
Seeing that one was inside, I went in (though the human-sized door) to peek through the miniature windows.
Customers? Sales staff?
I don't think so ... later on, there only appeared to be MORE stuff.
Flat fairies continue their adventure on Page 2
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