A Virginia photographer says her quest for a neutral background brought her face-to-face with Jesus.
In 1998, Athalyn Rose needed a black backdrop, so she painted one herself.
"I used a brand new 9-foot-by-15-foot muslin cloth, which I had in my cellar," says Rose in a recent interview with WTOP.
Rose brought the cloth inside, and draped it over boxes to dry.
As she set up the backdrop in her living room, the sunlight streaming through her sliding glass doors illuminated the cloth.
She describes what she saw as "my miracle."