One might look at this and wonder: which one is Dal Lake? Which one is Wular? Is that Jhelum?
Here's the fun part. None of them are there. Even K2 (mentioned in the article) isn't there. It isn't even capturing Kashmir as we know it. These photographs were taken by Gemini 5 in 1965. Although the accompanying article doesn't mention the details. Here are the details (thanks to Google Earth): These photographs were shot while they were over Tibet ('the roof of the world') and the region known as Aksai Chin (where the fighting was and where famously "not a blade of a grass grows"). The lakes seen here (from bottom to top) are:
1. Bangongcuo Lake, Tibet
2. Ze Cuo lake at the foot of Zangqung Kangri , Tibet
3. Surigh-yilganing-Kol Lake, Lingzi Thang plains in Aksai-Chin