Where "Dream Catcher I" is light, soft and fluffy, this version has a darker thread running through it. Yes, it is tonally darker, but thematically, too.
This is a warm tone monochromatic print. It is a composite of three image layers (obviously, she was not actually floating in or falling through the sky).
About the clouds, I usually take a camera with me when taking day trips or even when just running errands. When I see an interesting sky, I usually take a picture of it. Even boring skies. I put the cloud images in a folder called "Sky," and I used one of them here. I have similar folders for rust, paint, water, snow, stone.
A third element in this composite is a thin layer of texture.