Dreamy from the Interior….?

This was a challenge that I nearly gave up on….I wanted to combine the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge (Dreamy) with Ailsa’s Travel Challenge for this week (Interior). Last evening I was resigned to having to do individual responses to these challenges, but you may know by now that I like to try and come up with an answer!

I have been feeling quite fatigued today, and when my body gives up on me, my mind tends to whirr away….and so it was, dear reader, that I came up with the following. A bit of dreamy colour and an interior. From my archive, with a little help from NIK and an overactive imagination:

Dreamy in the interior

Dreamy from the interior

OK, perhaps if you want to split hairs, it’s the centre of a spider web rather than the interior, but what the heck, eh? And how are we to know if a spider would find this dreamy!

For more entries to these seperate challenges, follow the links at the start of this post….

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25 comments

  1. This really works for both challenges, IMO. I love the bokeh color and that silky spider web’s interior.

  2. I love spiders and webs. A delicate looking dream yet the web is strongly built.

  3. Lovely bokeh and I thought that perhaps you’d taken this shot from your interior!

  4. Amazing pic, Sue! You made that web, and even the ‘Incy-Wincy’ spider, look quite dreamy. 🙂

  5. Wonderful what an overactive imagination can produce, Sue. Hope you feel better soon. 🙂

  6. Wow – great shot and colours!

  7. Very creative and nicely done! Fits both challenges perfectly.

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  9. Wow indeed!!! The best dreamy shot I have seen so far Sue!

    • What a super comment, Madhu! I was just lucky with the colours in the background of this shot, worked a dream (!) when I played about with the NIK software….

  10. Im very glad you persisted Sue. I love this – the colours, composition and the dreaminess.
    It totally works!! 🙂
    Take care xxx

  11. Webs are so difficult to capture … here you even manage to capture the colors – wonderful image, Sue.

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