Jerusalem's sky turned cloudy and moody today, in time for SkyWatch Friday.
They say that Calder's "Homage to Jerusalem--Stabile" was meant to resemble the Jerusalem Hills.
The artist chose this spot high on Mount Herzl, overlooking Ein Kerem and the many little mountains.
Sitting waiting for the bus today, I saw for the first time just how well the red slope parallels the first green slope.
It's a wonderful place for skywatching.