Kilcar is located on the main tourist route between the fishing port of Killybegs and the cliffs of Slieve League (the highest sea cliffs in Europe).
Kilcar is promoted as “the gateway to the Donegal Gaeltacht”. At one end of the main street is a church at the other end are two textile factories. (Donegal’s primary tweed weavers.) In between there are a few shops and five pubs.
The two visitors (I guess from their accents that they were German) on the bench outside the pub took a keen interest in watching my back while I took the shots needed for this panorama, calling out “Do not DIE for your art!” whenever a vehicle loomed up. Most drivers were patient – there was only one occasion when I had to grab the tripod and dive for the pavement!
This image occurs in my Donegal Calendar at Cafe Press. It is part of my postcard range. You can follow on to another gorgeous Very Ireland Post card .
This stereographic panorama was shot on the main street of the village of Kilcar, in SW Donegal, Ireland. It is one of a pair of stereographic panoramas both generated from the same set of images. The other is
The other version is used as the cover of my Redbubble Calendar: Panoramic Views of Ireland
h2. History of this Image at RedBubble