I've just come across the website of the "Archaeology Image Bank" which describes itself as follows:
This resource is intended as a tool for locating and sharing archaeological images for use in teaching, studying and research. There is no charge for using the Image Bank but you will be asked to read and accept the terms and conditions of use before viewing any images. We also encourage you to donate your own archaeological images using the donation section of this interface.
This is another great initiative for sharing information, but will presumably only work if everyone contributes. I did a quick check and so far there are no images from Pompeii or any of the Vesuvian sites - but if you all donated your best images it would be a really useful resource.
What do you all think?