Popular camping practices seem to have changed a bit in recent years, and hammocks have soared in popularity. I'm new to hammocks, so I'm doing some experimentation, and used this combination last night.
It's a Kelty 9-foot Noah's Tarp over an ENO doublenest hammock. The tarp's mostly a "putty" beige color that's similar to pine bark, but my camera and fading sunlight seem to have captured both the tarp and the tree in a funkier hue.
I have a set of Atlas straps, but last night I chose to hang the hammock with a couple of cheap cargo straps from Harbor Freight. Using a 20-percent off coupon, the Harbor Freight straps cost me about nine bucks.
I lined the hammock with a USGI foam sleep mat, and pulled a wool blanket over me to keep warm.
Temps were in the low 60s overnight, and the set-up was real comfy.
Had a few rain showers overnight, but had no water on the hammock.