2 billion pixels of mediocre lighting conditions.
The skies are a bit foggy, but that is normal in the spring season when the expeditions are there. Getting the gigapanorama rig up there little ways up Pumori is not all that easy, and waiting for a perfect light is uncomfortable, to say the least. Looks like the picture was taken around 9 or 10 in the morning, at the latest, and the clouds get worse after that.
If you turn the panorama all the way to the right and follow the darker ridge line up from the glacier, about half way up are some scientific instruments, prayer flags and a few people (zoom in to the max). That is the "Kala Pattar" viewpoint most Everest trekkers go to to take a picture of the mountain.
In April -85 I actually climbed to the hanging glacier, Lho La pass, straight above the Base Camp. An American expedition from Denver was attempting the West Ridge route to the summit, and they let me carry a 10 kg load of macaroni to camp 1. After that I have visited the EBC 3 times, in -98, -00 and -09.
It is also possible to see lines of climbers and camp 3 if you follow the left side of the broken glacier in the V-shaped wall above the notorious Khumbu Icafall, between the dark face of Everest and the sharp and tall looking Nuptse. There is also a clear trail up and over the smooth section to the left leading to the West Col where camp 4 is located. Either the camp is not up yet or it is blocked from view from here, it is visible from Kala Pattar with binoculars or long telephoto. There are also a couple of guys at the icefall, at the edge of the shadow on the left, almost exactly half way up.