That is a city down there. These eerily regular squares are huge.
Even the clouds were laid out with perfect regularity.
Eventually that changed. White scars replaced some of the squares. I honestly don't know what these are.
And... the circles.
The unifying theme of all of this is flatness. Colorado was flat flat flaaaat flat flaaaat flat flat MOUNTAINS.
Eventually I successfully reached San Diego, and hooked up with my mysterious patron who got me my badge, Dana Simpson! She's the creator of the ever-more-successful comic Heavenly Nostrils, and my good buddy, except the female version of that. Gal pal? Here she is, in a moment of deep philosophical contemplation. She's going to be in a lot of my photos, so get used to this expression.
Might have been the street signs in Dothraki. Yes, there were a lot of these.
The Convention Center was right on the other side of Dothraki Street. We began with the customary aimless wandering of the exhibition floor. Here, I record that perfect moment when I walked through the doors and into my homeland.
From then on we wandered. I'm not sure what order most of these were in. They're snapshots in time, like when I noticed this weird combination. I mean, I understand WHY they're together, but it's so jarring.
Since we'd found the pony palace, Princess Pedantia the Magical Pixel fairy had to pose with her mane-sister.
But I kinda like this one more.
Evidence that my beloved Avatar: Legend of Korra will have a second season eventually!
And things that scar your very soul. He-Man + absolute territory = OHGODNO.
And things you reeeeeally want to buy but are huge so you pose next to them for photos instead.
I leave you with this inspiring photo of Dana Simpsons making an elaborate joke about her comic and My Little Pony.