Antiques Roadshow. Who doesn’t love it? Okay, maybe the vintage geek in me loves it more than some people. I can remember watching it as a child and marveling at all the things people found in their closets, at a yard sale, or items their great grandparents had left them. Now with my personal foray into the world of vintage clothing, I was geeking out pretty badly when I got the chance to shoot it for the paper. Here are some of the sights from that day.

Nicholas Lowry, at left, a vintage poster specialist and appraiser from New York City, poses with a life-sized poster of the Lone Ranger that Tom, of Albuquerque, brought in to be appraised along with a matching poster of Tonto to the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. After the appraisal, Lowry had an impromptu photo session of himself with the posters, including a few selfies. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Nicholas Lowry, at left, a vintage poster specialist and appraiser from New York City, poses with a life-sized poster of the Lone Ranger that Tom, of Albuquerque, brought in to be appraised along with a matching poster of Tonto to the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. After the appraisal, Lowry had an impromptu photo session of himself with the posters, including a few selfies. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

People wait in line at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

People wait in the firstĀ of many lines at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Appraiser Peter Fairbanks looks at a painting with UV light to see if the signature was added to the painting later at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Appraiser Peter Fairbanks looks at a painting with UV light to see if the signature was added to the painting later at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

At left, Martha Blackwelder looks over an instrument owned by Gloria, of Albuquerque, at right at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Gloria believed the instrument to be of Chinese origin and was surprised when Blackwelder told her the instrument was from India. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

At left, Martha Blackwelder looks over an instrument owned by Gloria, of Albuquerque, at right at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Gloria believed the instrument to be of Chinese origin and was surprised when Blackwelder told her the instrument was from India. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Bill, of Gallup, rolls his antique movie poster wood cut down the line at Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. The poster was for the early 1900s movie "Mutt and Jeff in Havana." (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Bill, of Gallup, rolls his antique movie poster wood cut down the line at Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. The poster was for the early 1900s movie “Mutt and Jeff in Havana.” (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Asian Arts appraiser Lark Mason speaks with August, at left, and Alane, at right, about one of the prints they brought in to the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Asian Arts appraiser Lark Mason speaks with August, at left, and Alane, at right, about one of the prints they brought in to the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Mary, of Albuquerque, waits patiently with Joe, her antique life-sized Native American figure, at Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Joe previously could be seen at the former Turquoise Lady in Old Town from approximately 1975 until 2000, according to Mary. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Mary, of Albuquerque, waits patiently with Joe, her antique life-sized Native American figure, at Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Joe previously could be seen at the former Turquoise Lady in Albuquerque’s Old Town from approximately 1975 until 2000, according to Mary. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Alana, of Corrales and Santa Fe, reacts as Steven Porterfield, of Midland, TX, appraises her 1870s satin wedding dress at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Alana's mother bought an antique trunk in 1956 for Alana to play dress up with the clothing inside and the wedding dress was at the bottom of the trunk.(Morgan Petroski/Journal)

Alana, of Corrales and Santa Fe, reacts as Steven Porterfield, of Midland, TX, appraises her 1870s satin wedding dress at the Antiques Roadshow at the Albuquerque Convention Center, July 19, 2014, in Albuquerque NM. Alana’s mother bought an antique trunk at an auction in 1956 for Alana to play dress up with the clothing inside and the wedding dress was at the bottom of the trunk. (Morgan Petroski/Journal)