One fall I was returning from a shoot and passed this scene of the three crosses with a wonderful sky with sunbeams shining down through the clouds. Since I was on the interstate I had to go to the next exit, turn around and go back. Even though it several minutes later, the scene was still there and I took the picture. Months passed, and for some reason I had not seen these slide come back. That spring I was in Germany on business and decided to visit Salzburg Austria. While there I visited the Cathedral. Before entering I loaded my camera with a roll of 400 ASA film. Inside I wondered and lit a candle in prayer for my family, especially for my wife and her mother that was back in the hospital with a recurrence of her cancer. I took a few images of the interior and then toured the rest of the city. When I returned and looked at my pictures from the trip I found that I had accidentally double exposed the film from the cathedral. In fact the double exposure was over the images I had taken of the crosses months earlier. Just before I pitched the entire bunch in the trash, I found this image of the cathedral alter and windows over the crosses. I was intrigued by the result and played with the name â€œDwelling Placeâ€ from the scripture, â€œI go to prepare a place for youâ€. When my wife returned that day from the hospital, I showed it to her. That is when she told me that she had spent the day reading her motherâ€™s favorite scripture verse to her, over and over, John In my Fathers House there are many mansions and I go to prepare a place for you. I know that in today's digital world this would be an easy blend to make. But to get an image double exposed nicely on two different continents was an experience.