There are some pretty amazing costumes at Gallifrey, like this Davros.
There were folks in "older" Doctor Who.
And new Doctor Who, and as evidenced by the photo, the same people cosplayed different eras of Whovian characters.
As always, there are some pretty creative fiber artists who make their costumes accordingly.
And some very creative takes on iconic pieces, like this Dalek Fez.
And some pretty awesome mashups -- like this 10th Doctor Jedi
There was even a T-Rex carrying around a small little TARDIS that she would occasionally spit out. :-)
I was on a couple of panels, including Doctor Who Crafts -- a panel for crafters that love Doctor Who. Topics ran from how to manage your crafting to how to make money from your crafts. I'm considering writing up an article about that for the blog.
I also was on a panel for Cosplay Diversity, which was also pretty interesting. My co-panelists were from different walks of life and we covered a range of topics at a fairly high level.
This was my first year doing panels at GallifreyOne, although I've done them for years at other conventions. I had a good time and met some pretty amazing people on them.
The guests were amazing. Sir John Hurt was one of them, and the crowds to listen to him being interviewed were huge. My DH Viking got Sir John Hurt's autograph on an ALIEN chestburster, because, well...that's just how he rolls.
I, of course, cosplayed throughout the convention, but only managed to get a few photos of me in them. One of them was my "comfy" costume, Rosie the TARDIS (which I'll post about later, including the making.)
Overall, it was a most excellent convention, and one that we're looking forward to attending again next year.