Most of the faeries that we see (and that other people notice in our home) look like blurry spheres of light. Usually–probably 95% of the time–I see them as white or very pale yellow. Sometimes they are pink, or blue, or darkish grey.
I don’t think that the darker ones are “bad”. They’re just a different color, or perhaps I just perceive them that way.
what faeries would look like
over my sewing table
what faeries would look like,
visiting Mona at the Louvre
They are not brighter at night.They move at varying speeds. They do not move when my eye does, as a “floater” would.
Sometimes they hover for a split-second. Usually, they’re moving.
Sometimes you’ll see them out of the corner of your eye. Usually you’ll see them directly.
They are clearly part of the environment. They don’t appear to fly through furniture, but fly around it. I never confuse them with a reflection on my reading glasses.
They only vaguely resemble reflections off passing cars. However, they aren’t usually such distinct shapes as reflections are.
Sometimes, faeries fly between two of us, when we’re talking. This is what causes skeptical visitors to ask, “What’s that?”
If you see lights like this out of the corner of your eye, and they seem to move when your eye does, or, if you see “fireworks” out of the corner of one eye, see your doctor immediately. Some medical conditions can cause this type of visual impression; many of them are easiest to treat if discovered early.