David Hay has posted a stunning set of photographs of the ongoing excavations in the Valley of the Kings - and I know he has still more. There are far too many to post individually here, but I'll post some up here over the weekend where I have comments.
For those of you who would like so to see them all, the best way is to watch them as a slideshow.
The one I have chosen to start with shows the location of the central excavations in relation to tomb KV63 - that's the ladder going down in the background. I have chosen that because very few pictures of KV63 have been posted, it isn't on the Theban Mapping Project maps yet, so it can be hard to understand where it is. It also shows us to fix the location of the square feature by the huts (now seen to be too shallow to be called a shaft) much more accurately. It is now obvious that this is much closer to KV63 than Feature 5 (aka "KV64" as designated by Nicholas Reeves). I'll post more on that as well.