I am home after a week away. I checked and see that Owen has linked to Bills pictures of the Professional Exhibit, there were 16 at this exhibit and all were wonderful trees, I especially enjoyed Bill's Quince, Marty Schmalenberg's Cork-bark Elm and Jim Doyle's Japanese Maple.
In the regular Exhibit, I really like two forests: Hank Gross' Larch and Robert Neems Black Hills Spruce. Both of which I have attached pictures. Hank moved from Vermont and I am very familiar with his Larch, this isn't the only nice tree. There are 10 clubs I believe that make up the Mid Atlantic and each club choose up to 3 trees to be in the exhibit. In total there were 27 trees presented.
I greatly enjoyed the trees. The Vendor area was a good place to stop and see old friends and buy material. I was happy to see John Kirby but regret not having the time to sit and chat. wish I ran into others but perhaps another time.