Himalaya Atlas of Aerial Panoramas

The Himalaya Atlas of Aerial Panoramas (Volume 1) is one of a series of collections of photorealistic aerial views created by Dr. William A. Bowen, professor emeritus of the Department of Geography at California State University, Northridge. The atlas contains over 700 computer generated panoramas that portray every square foot of the vast range between Arunachal Pradesh on the east and Uttar Pradesh on the west, including all of Nepal, Sikkim, Bhutan, and portions of Tibet and the lowlands of India.

Digital Himalaya is grateful to Dr. Bowen to have been granted the permission to co-host some of these unique images, and we encourage users to visit the Himalaya Atlas of Aerial Panoramas website for the full collection and for technical details.

Himalayan Ridge (looking north)

Dhaulagiri (looking south)

Sikkim (looking north)

Paro, Bhutan (looking west)

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