She jumped, and out She came, with fish in mouth.
However, local farmers angered the fairies by allowing sheep to graze upon their hill. The fairies warned the farmers to keep their sheep away, or else they would build a barrier around the hill so large that no one without wings could set foot on it. But the farmers just laughed and ignored their warning, continuing to allow their sheep to graze upon the hill.
We just wanted an image of the cowslips, the lovely wild primrose, but ended up with an interloper; although a very welcome one. Its presence was unknown to us until long after we parted ways.