I'd be remiss if I didn't showcase the below item.
I presented it to the Bethlehem AD coordinator and some of the crew members on the final day of taking down the set in late January 2018. It was a bit of a surprise. I had it printed up at ZNO.
The idea behind it came from a friend who was a combat photographer for the U.S. Navy and he was put through an intensive three month photography school. Much of what I've practiced in terms of photo composition, I learned from him.
He told me that one of his assignments was to create a photo story, which consists of a key photo in the center and about eight supporting photos. It flows from left to right and tells a story. I chose the manger as my key photo, versus the one with the angels looking down from heaven (or the rooftop) because the manger is the centerpiece of the entire Bethlehem AD experience.
Hopefully, the image above speaks to you the story of that Christmas night over 2000 years ago.