Somebody sure seems to like circles and triangles. This geometric pattern is repeated numerous times on the cinderblock walls of an otherwise nondescript building in central Milpitas.
The building can be seen by thousands of motorists who drive by it each day on one of the city’s busiest boulevards. But direct access to the building is tricky for motorists who must use side streets to get to it.
Do you recognize this pattern? Can you tell us what building it is on and where it is located? Post your guess in the comments area below.
If you’re the first person with the complete correct answer, you may win a $10 gift card to a local business. And, more importantly, you can claim bragging rights that you’re this week’s expert in Milpitas trivia.
Congratulations to , Where in Milpitas? mystery photo challenge winner. Jennifer was the first to correctly guess that the yellow and black pattern is part of the markings of a jaguar cat on a mural at Pearl Zanker Elementary Scool on Fallen Leaf Drive.
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