For SkyWatch Friday here is the sky over Israel's Supreme Court Building.
This shot is from Sacher Park.
No, those are not graves in the foreground, only ventilation openings for the road tunnel below.
On the right is the pedestrian bridge we talked about a week ago that leads up to the main entrance of the Supreme Court Building.
In the center of the building is the tinted panoramic window we looked out of and saw much of Jerusalem below.
I have read that the architects, Ada Karmi-Melamede and her brother Ram Karmi, like to combine modernist universal design principles with a Mediterranean building style, e.g. sensitivity to climate and regard for the importance of the relationship between light and shade in a land blessed with sun.
If you have been following this blog's tour for the past week, you know how well the Karmis succeeded. The interior of the building is indeed bathed in soft indirect natural light.
During the day no electric lighting is needed.
From almost every place in the building you have a chance to sky watch.