Here is a lovely Dryad, or Tree Nymph. There are many types of nymphs out there, wandering about, hidden and yet not so hidden, ancient creatures of beauty and delight and dangerous allurement.
Perhaps you have never seen a nymph. Yet there are thousands, perhaps millions of these creature all over the world, inhabiting different natural places, such as streams, rivers, fountains, forests, mountains and oceans. They have existed for thousands of years. We know this because they are common figures in literature, both oral and written, from the earliest times. Men have been testifying to the existence of nymphs since men have been telling stories.
You might one day come across a nymph. If you do, you must beware. Although beautiful, they are nevertheless dangerous. Their sexual allure is irresistible, but the consequences of bedding a nymph can be quite bad. You might find yourself transformed into some type of coarse, foul animal, or condemned to some sort of terrible fate, such as being granted immortality without the benefit of eternal youth, and so you simply grow old forever. Since the nymphs belong to a divine world, messing with them has its perils.
Still, they are lovely creatures. They do exist. And this photo is another proof of that. And perhaps, just perhaps, bedding a nymph is worth the potential perils.