If you rotate the view all the way to the right, you will see a
ridge in the middle distance, in between two (gravel covered)
glaciers. It has a rather ragged edge to it, and if you zoom
in to the second peak along that ridge from the left (bottom)
you will see it is festooned with strings of coloured cloth,
and just to the left of the top, there is a guy standing there.
...My main impression from this pic is *gravity*. And with all
the shards of rock the size of skyscrapers shedding off those
mountains, I am reminded that this is also earthquake country.
As in my part of the world, when one of those things lets loose,
the bigger blocks of debris will bounce all the way across the
valley, and run up the far side as much as half as far as they
Other thought: the air is incredibly clear, and the elevations
make for lines of sight far longer than one can experience anywhere
else, but the lack of familiar structures makes it hard to
comprehend the scale. I'm unable to find anything past the
middle distance to calibrate the size of things.