Many thanks to David Butz, who is a Professor of Human Geography at Brock University in Canada, for sending to me a set of photographs of the situation at Attabad. David was there about eleven days ago, when the boat service was still running (it has now ceased due to a lack of fuel). David has kindly allowed me to post some pictures here - note however that he retains ownership and copyright of them.
The dam from from downstream (click on "read more" to get the remainder of the post):
A close up of the downstream part of the spillway. Note the very large boulder:
The upper part of the spillway, the point at which the flow rate increases:
The landslide mass from the upstream side:
Many of the displaced people are still located in very hazardous locations:
And to finish, the best image that I have seen to date that is able to show the size of the landslide. Remember that the lake is 120 metres deep: