Guess Where I Was When I Took This Photo?

How well do you know Cupertino? Can you tell me where I was standing when I took this photo?

I feel victorious, yet saddened. The win is hollow because nobody, not one single person played . Why? Where'd you all go? Where are all my super sleuths???

The comments section held not a single guess of where I was standing when I took this photo. It's so lonely and empty.

For those new to Guess Where I Was Standing When I Took This Photo, I stand somewhere in or on the border of Cupertino and take a picture of a fairly non-descript building. Then I ask the readers to guess where I was standing when I took the picture.

Typically there are early morning guesses from David and Andrew Fung, or Bob M, or Gary Jones, or Mason McCarty, or newcomers to the game. I can't imagine that the was so tough for everyone, but maybe it was.

Well, here's a new one for you, and if you missed last week's click .

Alex B July 22, 2012 at 05:30 PM
On the sidewalk in front of 20111 Stevens Creek Blvd, the office building between NUIMAGE furniture and the USF satellite.
Anne Ernst July 23, 2012 at 03:04 AM
Alex B: HOW did you figure that out?!!! Amazing!
David Fung July 23, 2012 at 06:41 AM
Alex B, nice catch! I'm not willing to admit that the last few have been too hard for me yet... My story is that I'm still trying to figure out that little red schoolhouse from weeks ago! Was that my imagination? I can't find it online anymore!
Anne Ernst July 23, 2012 at 03:29 PM
David Fung: Can you hear me chuckling over this? Do you mean I've finally stumped the Super Sleuth family? Mwahahaha. ;) And the little red schoolhouse is here: http://patch.com/A-v2mS. I'll give you a little hint on that one...it appeared on Patch in a different article in a much larger image earlier this year. (I think in Jan. or Feb.)
Alex B July 23, 2012 at 03:46 PM
The style of the building immediately made me think of USF, but then I spotted the 20111 in the glass above the entrance :-)


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