I can see the Texas state flag beside me, and the brownish building behind me.

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    The problem with this photo is that it really is a photo of a guy and not of a building. It will be easier to do this in the future if you start to take photos of the famous sights (with maybe a person to the side or as unimportant detail in the foreground.) If someone happens to recognize this building it is amazing, as there really is not much to go on and the building seems standard of a time period, making it harder.
    – Willeke
    May 21 '20 at 10:57
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    "Where's this bluish guy in Texas" makes more sense.. May 21 '20 at 11:09
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    I’m voting to close this question because there's nothing distinctive about the building. It's of a style and there are probably dozens of similar buildings around Texas. The result is likely to be of interest or value only to the OP.
    – user105640
    May 21 '20 at 11:16
  • It looks like a possible Air Force person standing next to you. Could you be near one of the bases?
    – mkennedy
    May 22 '20 at 16:49
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    Hah! I think I found it at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio: basictraining.af.mil/Units/331st-Training-Squadron (scroll down)
    – mkennedy
    May 22 '20 at 16:56

I noticed the uniform on the person to the left and double-checked that it could be United States Air Force (USAF). I went to university in San Antonio so I knew there were multiple bases in the state. Now, you could have been at random tourist site but I saw the fan on the pole and thought--that's weird, maybe it's a parade ground or a viewing spot for a parade ground?

I did some image searches for the various AF bases. The building in the background is one of several of that design at Lackland Air Force Base. They comprise the Basic Military Training (BMT) portion of the base.

For instance, if you scroll down on this 331st squadron's webpage, you'll see a picture of the building.

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