I see there is a "view image info" when you right click on it, but I can't seem to find the information that you did.
You can do the same thing in Windows, right-click on a JPEG file, click "properties" from the menu and then select the "Details" tab which will give all sorts of data about the photograph, basically a complete set of the camera settings when the photo was taken.
I use Picasa for managing and viewing my photos, and there's a panel on the right-hand of the screen which automatically displays EXIF data for any photo I'm looking at. Very handy.
One thing about this data is that if you open a JPEG file and copy and paste the part of all of the picture into a new image (perhaps to resize it for internet use), you lose the EXIF data as you've just copied out image data, not associated metadata, and thus you'll find most photos online don't have such data. Thankfully in this case, the photo posted looks like it was the file that came straight from the camera, so all this data was intact.
Edited by Archimedes, 10 January 2013 - 05:53 PM.