Does this photo prove that fairies exist?

Walker spots family of tiny flying creatures with wings, arms and legs in Wales

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A walker was astonished after he took a photo on a countryside stroll - and discovered he had caught a family of FAIRIES on camera.See SWNS story SWFAIRY; Musician John Rutledge was walking in a farmer's field near Newbridge, Wales, and decided to take a photo of the sunny summer setting. It was only when he reviewed the pictures he discovered what looked like seven tiny winged creatures flying amongst the flowers and grass. The rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain was astonished when he zoomed in and saw what looked like tiny 4cm tall fairies, complete with wings, arms and legs.

A walker in Wales was astonished after taking a photo on a countryside stroll and discovering he had caught a family of fairies on camera.

Musician John Rutledge was walking in a farmer's field near Newbridge when he decided to take a photo of the sunny summer setting.

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It was only when he reviewed the pictures that he discovered what looked like seven tiny winged creatures flying among the flowers and grass.

A walker was astonished after he took a photo on a countryside stroll - and discovered he had caught a family of FAIRIES on camera.See SWNS story SWFAIRY; Musician John Rutledge was walking in a farmer's field near Newbridge, Wales, and decided to take a photo of the sunny summer setting. It was only when he reviewed the pictures he discovered what looked like seven tiny winged creatures flying amongst the flowers and grass. The rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain was astonished when he zoomed in and saw what looked like tiny 4cm tall fairies, complete with wings, arms and legs.

The rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain was shocked when he zoomed in and saw what looked like tiny 4cm-tall fairies complete with wings, arms and legs.

John 39, from Newport, told SWNS: "It's amazing.

"When we checked the image we couldn't believe our eyes.

"Ever since childhood I've wanted to witness a paranormal event.

A walker was astonished after he took a photo on a countryside stroll - and discovered he had caught a family of FAIRIES on camera.See SWNS story SWFAIRY; Musician John Rutledge was walking in a farmer's field near Newbridge, Wales, and decided to take a photo of the sunny summer setting. It was only when he reviewed the pictures he discovered what looked like seven tiny winged creatures flying amongst the flowers and grass. The rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain was astonished when he zoomed in and saw what looked like tiny 4cm tall fairies, complete with wings, arms and legs.

"The last thing I expected was a winged entity in a wood in South Wales, but there it is, smack bang in your face - it's solid evidence."

Last year, a mum from Northampton photographed a 'fairy' in a forest while snapping pictures of flowers.

Lisa Wildgoose spotted the tiny flying figure after uploading the photos to her computer.

Speaking to the Mirror, she said: "People have said it's just a mosquito or a midge - and they are probably right - but I just think it's too much of a coincidence that it is wearing what looks like trousers and shoes."

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