To present a photo of a capillary hemangioma of the optic nerve. A 60 year old female patient with a history of reduced visual acuity of her left eye (Hand Movements) was referred to our department for treatment. The patient was previously asymptomatic and her medical records showed only arterial hypertension. She had no history of headaches. At fundus examination, a large orange prepapillary mass was identifiable with discrete capillary changes in the peripapillary area. There were no other findings to report, namely peripheral capillary retinal hemangiomas.