This week’s Guess Where I Was When I Took This Photo comes with a clue, just like last week though David Fung didn’t need my silly ol’ clue.
Still, here it is:
The name of the building by which it is most commonly called can be used as a noun or a verb.
Here’s how the game works. I take a photo of a building somewhere in or on the border of Cupertino and ask readers to guess where I was standing when I took the photo. Typically the building is one of those vanilla-blah buildings that could be found anywhere.
I’m still waiting for submissions from readers with their own photos to post so this game-loving editor can play her own game (hint, hint.)