Bring your wall alive with a breathtaking look at a historic day in Big House history! For more than eight decades, Wolverines gameday on the University of Michigan campus had been an experience unmatched in sports - constant waves of Blue-and-Maize insanity make every game an event. Just when you thought the old bowl had seen it all, the venerable institution added a new wrinkle in 2011: lights! This spectacular panoramic photograph, from the perfect 50-yard-line view takes you inside the action during the inaugural night game - the September 10, 2011 victory over long-time rival Notre Dame. Like all prints in photographer Rob Arra's Everlasting Images series, every detail is in perfect focus, and as you pan across the image you feel like you are there, cheering on the Wolverines early in the first quarter on a beautiful end-of-summer Saturday night. You can read the scoreboard, see the players on the sideline and on the field, observe the bright full moon in the sky above, and even pick out individual people in this 100,000-plus mass of humanity. If you've been to a game in Ann Arbor, admire the Wolverines from afar, or simply love historic scenes of college football in America, you'll love this piece - just looking at it brings back a flood of great memories. Worthy of a nice frame and a central location on your sports wall-of-fame!