Connections, symbolism, pattern making and repetition have been used to show the process of Resurrection and the significance of the number three. The images are darker to lighter, blurred to focused intending to show the process of death, suffering and re-birth. Each photo displays aspects of this and all as one. There are three hours of darkness that covered the land while Jesus was suffering on the cross from the sixth hour to the ninth hour. The cut photos show the mourning, misery and pain he received. Separated by a white cross, the fourth blank square invites individual readings. Including presence and absence, a broken statue that needs mending, completeness and Renaissance.