Wall carvings at Abu Simbel, Egypt. As the Tanzanians would say, this is too fresh. Safi sana. It looks like it was just done yesterday. Actually I did see workmen in the tombs at the Valley of the Kings, touching up a bit of the artwork with fresh paint. Which doesn't quite fit what I imagine restoration to be all about, but heck, I am only a geologist.
Pillars at Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt. You can see some stone slabs lying on top of the pillars, many of them had very (nearly suspiciously) fresh blue and red paint on the undersides. Then again, I suppose that is out of the sun.
Self portrait of Pammie at night time on the three day felucca sail up the Nile. I thought I would be bored, but in fact we didn't want to get off at the end, except to use a proper toilet instead of trying to hide behind the only palm tree on the bank for miles. You soon get used to lazing around doing nothing watching the world go by on a boat.