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Guess Where I Was When I Took This Photo?

How well do you know Cupertino? Test your knowledge here by figuring out where you've seen this building before.

Silly me; in last week’s game I left a very important piece of information visible in the photo—the street number. That was the clue our newest sleuth Alex B used to figure out where I was standing when I took the photo.

There are no numbers in this week’s image, but there are very distinct colors on the building. That alone flies in the face of what I normally use, which is typically a grey or beige seemingly forgettable building—forgettable only to me, it seems because there’s a handful of you out there who have amazing recall and guess in a blink of an eye where I was standing.

For newcomers, the way this game is played is that I stand somewhere in or on the border of Cupertino and take a picture of a bland-looking building, a building you could find anywhere in the country. In a test of knowledge of how well you know Cupertino I ask you to identify where I was standing when I took the photo.

I always think I’ve presented a tremendously difficult photo and I’m always proven wrong by my Super Sleuths!

C’mon guys, lemme have it!

David Fung July 29, 2012 at 02:25 PM
Andrew thinks this is the Senior Center! And, as you foresaw, he guessed this from the thumbnail preview before I was even able to open the email!
Anne Ernst (Editor) July 29, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Welcome back Fung family! Now, tell me how Andrew—a teenager—is so familiar with the Senior Center. ;)
Giuseppina Bianchini July 29, 2012 at 06:43 PM
I would have guessed that too, if only I would have checked my email early this morning instead of watching the Olympics...

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