A lovely tree nymph.
Now that Spring has finally arrived, and is delighting our hearts with all her beauty, we must remember that this is also the time of the year when nymphs are most visible. Be careful for you just may, in the right time and place, happen upon one of these mysterious yet beautiful creatures.
The nymph above is sometimes called a wood nymph or a tree nymph. Dryad or Hamadryad, would be the correct Greek name for such creatures. These nymphs are found in the forests, glens, dales, or any other heavily wooded area. They are usually hard to spot, given the shadowy nature of a forest, but they can be seen if you are lucky enough to see one.
And again, as with all nymphs, if you see one you must use extreme caution. They are alluring, but very dangerous creatures.