Street photography can be a great passion for anyone with a busy life. Typically, a busy life includes multiple encounters with human beings, whether at work, on a lunch hour, in a parking garage, or in airports. I'm working on a number of projects to inspire myself to shoot more, but finding time is a challenge. You would think traveling for work to multiple locations would offer so many new environments to explore and capture. Truth is, traveling for work usually means you're working. There's not as much time as you think to explore in the evenings due to extended days and dinner meetings. But, where there's a will there's a way. On the last trip I decided to take out the camera in the airport. It's generally a good place for people watching and it's nice to take advantage of a time when you're otherwise stuck with limited mobility. The backdrops in airports are getting better. Art, sculpture, and architecture add interest. One flight with a layover means three airports. It shouldn't take long to accumulate a collection in multiple airports. Side note - probably best not to shoot in the security area.