People hiding away at Neurosciences.
So... Neuroscientists are not generally majority extroverts. And very few people are extroverted enough to deal with 30,000 Neuroscientists from all over the world for an extended period of time. I was more and more amused by all the corners I found people hiding, usually with their computers. Last night (after spending a blissful hour and a half doing yoga in an empty upstairs carpeted room) I started wandering around asking people if I could take their pictures.
The rules: First, of course, only if people agree. Since the pictures are specifically of people ignoring everyone, and I just asked if I could take their pictures, a lot of people are smirking. Most of them weren't smirking before. Really.
Also, I'm not taking pictures of anyone using actual furniture. This tends to select for the young and limber, and I'm not sure I'm entirely happy about that, but what attracted me in the first places was the unconventional ways people used space. (And how we've turned the convention center into a giant university campus.)