Shalom from Israel where this week's weather is wet, wild, and windy.
Tune in tomorrow to see if Jerusalem really gets the expected snow!
Meanwhile, for ABC Wednesday, Z is for zodiac.
But this, that I found on the wall of the National Library of Israel, is more than just a zodiac; it is a famous example of celestial cartography from 1515.
It is a reproduction of Albrecht Dürer's woodcut called Imagines coeli Septentrionales cum duodecim imaginibus zodiaci, a star chart of the Northern hemisphere sky with images of the 12 zodiacal constellations.
In the corners are four historical astronomers: Aratus of Cilician Soli, Ptolemy, Marcus Manilius, and Al-Sufi.
You can click once on the photo and then click again, to see it much enlarged.
Fascinating details about Albertus Durer's star charts are told in Electrum Magazine.
Only the librarian knows for sure.