Last month (February) I was greatly honored to have one of my photographs made into a mural that dominates the main entrance of the Upland Hills Hospital in Dodgeville, WI. Frankly, I was surprised that a digital image smaller than a 35-mm film negative could be enlarged to such huge proportions and still look good. What you see behind me is an image that's 18 feet wide and about 7 feet high. It was shot with a Canon 40D, which is a 10 megapixel camera. Admittedly, when one stands very close to the mural, it appears quite fuzzy, or out of focus. But step back a few feet and it looks quite good. The scene is a very common one in the southwestern part of the state. For more field shots, see "Fields" in Photo Galleries.