I don't have a ton of photos, but I think the high point for me was the opportunity to socialize and geek out with other makers of shoes. We're an odd bunch, but I found some kindred spirits there, learned a lot, and made some great connections with some of the vendors. Shoe making equipment, tools, and supplies are hard to find - it's great to be able to actually *talk* to the people who can provide those things. Many of them don't have websites or online ordering - you just have to know who has the thing you want, and call them up. Like, on a telephone. How last century! Of course, we're making shoes by hand, here.
I just had to purchase some leather, of course. I got some frog skins, and lizard, and ostrich shins. (This is not my haul - this is the vendor's table.)