I don't really have any serious obsessions in my life, so it took a while to decide what I could photograph for this prompt. (Chocolate was a close second, but I thought that was a bit obvious.)
This photo represents my love of re-reading and re-watching my favourite books and films.
Years ago, during a particularly boring school summer holiday my sister and I watched Grease and Fiddler on the Roof on a loop. And I've read Pride and Prejudice too many times to count.
I love the ease of falling back into a world that I know so well. Sometimes I just seek out my favourite passages or scenes, especially if I'm short of time.
So, this counts as an obsession, yes?
As a child, my mum would take me for walks in Lyme Park, where she had been taken when she was a child. Years later, the house was used as Pemberley in the 1995 BBC version of Pride and Prejudice (or as I like to call it, the only version of Pride and Prejudice. Yes, I am a P&P geek!)
A couple of days ago, I got to visit it again! And I was very excited, because this time I went inside. I love stately homes; I can spend a long time staring at portraits, ceilings, furniture and curtains - although my kids would prefer I didn't.
In this case though, it was the building itself that held more interest. I could have sat there all day, but as we had a five hour trip home ahead of us, I was eventually persuaded to come away.
But, not before I recreated this scene, of course - how could I resist?