Friday photo: Snow Shepherd

A Basque shepherd dog plays in the snow in the Northern Spanish Basque village of Oquendo, on December 3, 2010. Fresh snowfalls swept northern Europe, shutting down airports, blocking roads and forcing Eurostar international rail service cancellations, as forecasters warned of more to come today.  

By , a former associate editor at Foreign Policy.
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RAFA RIVAS/AFP/Getty Images
RAFA RIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

A Basque shepherd dog plays in the snow in the Northern Spanish Basque village of Oquendo, on December 3, 2010. Fresh snowfalls swept northern Europe, shutting down airports, blocking roads and forcing Eurostar international rail service cancellations, as forecasters warned of more to come today.

 

A Basque shepherd dog plays in the snow in the Northern Spanish Basque village of Oquendo, on December 3, 2010. Fresh snowfalls swept northern Europe, shutting down airports, blocking roads and forcing Eurostar international rail service cancellations, as forecasters warned of more to come today.

 

Joshua Keating was an associate editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @joshuakeating

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