This is a pentaptychon of people on public places dated from 2006. Now shown as a panorama so you can view it more easily – just click on it.
Untitled, 2013, 90*60, Oil and Tempera on Canvas
2013, charcoal and chalk on paper, 1 * 6,5 meters.
Hundreds of mountaineers went there and many more want to go there. But little people so far had the opportunity to enjoy the view from the summit of Mount Everest without being in a hurry. Now, everybody can study the view – the first 360 panorama view without any clouds from top of Mount Everest is here.
You do not need to suffer low oxygen supply, bad weather and storms, congestion of climbers or simply exhaustion. There is no need any more to study every map, photo, drawing you get hold of. The pictures on the top lead you to an interactive photography of the drawing. The commented break-down of the drawing elucidates the main mountains (the numbers specify the rank of the mountain).
Video of the 360 Panorama View from Mount Everest
Continue reading for a detailed description of the panorama view, original photos without text, and a map including markers for most important viewpoints.