The Nativity scene today is a triptych (see definition below).
(A triptych (pronounced "trip-tick," from the Greek tri- "three" + ptychē "fold") is a work of art (usually a panel painting) which is divided into three sections, or three carved panels which are hinged together. The central panel is the most important one, and this is flanked on either side by two lesser but related paintings. The whole is intended to be greater than the sum of the parts. Wikipedia.)
I am also including a Christmas "Card", one of several I created yesterday that I will send to you over the next few days. The first card is an abstract image of a Nativity scene in my house. As I took this photo I moved the camera while taking the photo. I really liked the result - a couple of figures in focus (pure luck) and other figures in the background and appearing to be more transparent ...
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