Just in case you didn’t make it to this year’s Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance. here’s a picture gallery with some of the show’s highlights. With over 200 cars on display, and some 20,000 attendees all trying to jockey for photo positions, it’s not possible to catch all the cars. If you get the chance to attend next year’s event, I recommend studying the car categories in advance, just to plot out the ones you have to see and photograph. Get there early (like at the shows 9:30 opening), since the crowds get ungainly by noon. A lap of the event takes you 20 minutes in the morning; that same distance takes you an hour to cover in the afternoon. Wear comfortable shoes, since you’ll be doing a lot of walking and ever more standing around. If you have questions, don’t be shy about asking them since event volunteers and car owners are usually willing and able to field questions in as much detail as you want. Don’t forget to arrive early for the panels and test drives on Friday or Saturday, and book hotels early since all the local ones fill quickly. Or, you could just wait until I put up next year’s pic-a-palooza, but then you’re subject to viewing what I want to photograph. Enjoy the gallery below.