After staring at this a bit, I think it needed some areas subdued a bit more
Original is below
I thought I was taking a set of exposures of the web and spider. As I ran them through focus stacking software (Helicon) I discovered two things. (1) The colors refracting through the strands of the web were fantastic … I had no idea they were there, and (2) even with no perceptible breeze, the web was indeed moving a little, making focus-stacking retouching an effort requiring great patience.
I had to work with the right side a bit, as it was pretty much white sky. Turned out to have enough color that I could apply some colored filter layers in those areas, and pull a bokeh on left to be compatible with the colorful leaf bokeh on left and center. Does this work for you?
Is this a composite: No
6 exposures used. Sun was just out of the frame to the left, so the lens hood on the EF100mm f2.8 did its work.
5DIII. ISO 600 1/100 f/14