Friday Photo: Surfin’ FSU

It’s been a wet summer in many parts of Europe, and the former Soviet Union is no exception. From EnglishRussia.com comes this great shot of a Russian street surfer in action: More photos at the link.

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It's been a wet summer in many parts of Europe, and the former Soviet Union is no exception. From EnglishRussia.com comes this great shot of a Russian street surfer in action:

More photos at the link.

It’s been a wet summer in many parts of Europe, and the former Soviet Union is no exception. From EnglishRussia.com comes this great shot of a Russian street surfer in action:

More photos at the link.

Sam duPont is a Master's candidate at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School and focused his capstone research on transitional democracies and elections in fragile states.

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