Clooney Meets, Clooney Terrace, Derry

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George Row

Derry, United Kingdom

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Small 12" x 12"
Medium 16" x 16"
Large 24" x 24"
X large 30" x 30"
Note: 1" - 2" minimum borders will be added around images and will vary depending on the appropriate aspect ratio to fit each paper size. Images are centered and 'padded' for non-standard sized images.


  • Custom sized prints (with various border widths)
  • Gallery quality vibrant colours
  • Lightly textured 100% cotton paper
  • Refer to size chart for dimensions if self framing

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Artist's Description

[360°, All Saints, blue sky, Calendar 2013, church, cityscape, Clooney Terrace, Derry, duvet, houses, Hugin, iPad cover, Ireland, lamppost, leggings, Londonderry, mugs, N.Ireland, pillows, planet, road, scarf, shops, stereographic, streetscape, sunny, tote bag, >500 >1,000 >2,000 >3,000 >4,000 >5,000 >6,000 >7,000 >8,000 >9,000 >10,000 >11,000 >12,000 >13,000 views, Five features, Featured]

  1. 25th January 2017 View Count reached 13,000
  2. 25 th August 2013 Achieved its fifth feature in the group Tuesday Afternoon
  3. Featured in five RedBubble groups – see History of this image on RedBubble for details  

This 360° panoramic image was shot on Clooney Terrace in The Waterside area of Derry.
I grew up in this part of town in the 1960s. At that time, this street and beyond it, Spencer Road, provided the main shopping area on this side of the river Foyle. Now most of the local retail activity is in edge-of-town shopping centres at Lisnagelvin and Cresent Link. Nevertheless the butcher’s shop, “Clooney Meats” and Ruth Bigger’s opticians remain prominent among the businesses still active on Clooney Terrace.
Across the road at a branch of the Ulster Bank you can see several images of the same people as they wait, withdraw cash and walk away.
The photographer’s tripod was positioned at the top of the steps that lead down to Bonds Hill.
There is another panorama here of All Saints Church
. It was assembled from the same set of original shots. They differ only in the final rendering via Stereographic projection. I think that they make an interesting pair.

          This image is also available as part of a calendar
                        Panoramic views of Ireland      

Techie Photographic Detail

  1. The panoramas were created by combining 27 separate digital photographs covering every angle and with bracketed exposures.
    The source images were shot on a Canon EOS 5d DSLR with a 16mm fisheye lens and stitched and blended together using Hugin, a free open source program.
    Because of the way it was created this is a very high resolution images (the equivalent of about 40-megapixels). It is capable of delivering very fine detail even when printed at massive sizes.
    I have written a short journal entry introducing the method by which these panoramas are created, it is called:
    “Creating a Stereographic Panorama – the Basic Idea”

History of this image on RedBubble

  1. 25th January 2017 View Count reached 13,000
  2. 5th April 2016 View Count reached 12,000


  1. 7th September 2015 View Count reached 11,000
  1. 19 th May 2015 View Count reached 10,000
  2. 28th February 2015 View Count reached 9,000
  3. 19th November 2014 View Count reached 8,001
  4. 14 th June 2014 View Count reached 7,000
  5. 31 st January 2014 View Count has reached 6,002
  6. 8 th September 2013 View Count has reached 5,144
  7. 25 th August 2013 Achieved its fifth feature in the group Tuesday Afternoon
  8. 15 th August 2013 View Count has reached 5,000
  9. 3rd April 2013 View Count reached 4,003
  10. 31st October 2012 View Count reached 3,020
  11. 3rd March 2012 Featured in the group This and That
  12. 30th August 2011 Featured in the group C.O.R.E
  13. 6th August 2011 view count passed 500 (commented on 26 times and made a favourite image by seven people.)
  14. Featured in The World As We See It Or As We Missed It
  15. Featured in “All Blends”
  16. 15th April 2010 view count passed 104 (commented on 19 times and made a favourite image by three people.)
  17. 25th March 2010 uploaded to RedBubble


This will look great using the maximum framed print size here on Red Bubble – 16 inch print in a frame about 22 inches square. Or you could go for their Poster-print service at about 33 inches, and get that framed elsewhere.

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