This little fairy is hiding behind a mushroom.
The mushroom is a Calvatia excipuliformis. Commonly known as a Pestle Puffball.
Key characters: very large, tall, pestle-shaped, with fine granular warts.
Discription: Puffball reaching a height of up to 20 cm, greatly resembling a chemists pestle, with a rounded head surmounting a tall sterile stem.
Spores: Olive-brown, warty,globose. Edible when young and firm.
Occuring: In woodlands, heaths and occasionally fields, summer to autumn, common.
I only found all this out as I had never seen one before!