I finally uploaded photos I took on last Wednesday at Microsoft campus. As you can see, there aren't too many people here, but I am sure some of them still work at campus to prepare for Vista launch on 30th November.
I took this one on 40th and 156th intersection, where I come by 6-7 days a week.
It is not easy to find a tree with reddish leaves on in the campus, and they are there at the southeast entrance of building 16/17 (left one is 16, right one is 17).
Employees are valuable asset to Microsoft and trees are just next to us. These are historic trees next to very first buildings of Microsoft.
On my way back to Microsoft Way, I took this sunset shot just next to our ball fields (on the left). This is the one I like most in this group of winter photos. Sunset, bald trees, snowy...
This is the outdoor part of cafeteria at building 25. It definitely looks gorgeous with snow.
Still at cafeteria 25, a close-up shot at the nice artificial waterfall. This waterfall runs 24x7x365, just like our business.
Hope you enjoy my collection of winter snapshots of Microsoft campus.