Once we picked up out wristbans and got in the main area we headed stright into the first 'hall'. There was stalls further than the eye could see and that was just one of two halls. I plan of action was needed, working theough them systematically. We got a few people ask for photo's on the way which was great.
Had a nice conversation with a steampunk comicbook artist. I'm not a comic fan but her stuff wasn't all scantily clad females and blokes with guns which is usual comic fayre. It was actually something I would read.
There was also a stall selling little steampunk novelties...I couldn't resist buying the 'emergency teabags'.
But it was soon lunchtime and my feet were aching so much so stopped at a stand for tea and lunch.
It took a little while to start to pluck up the courage to ask others for photo's. But once we got outside there was more space to stop and take photo's.
|who shrunk the TARDIS?|
It was nice to meet and chat with the other doctor who cosplayers. There was even two other femme doctors.