We offer a selection of the best photos of National Geographic in September, one for each day of the month.
1. Surfer and the ice of Lake Michigan. Photographer Mike Killion believes that the most important feeling that should arise when looking at this scene - peace and tranquility.
2. Machu Picchu, Peru. Ancient Inca fortress of Machu Picchu is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is on the top of the mountain at an altitude of 2450 meters above sea level.
3. Wild horse, Mongolia.
4. Balloons over Cappadocia. The contrast between the sharp peaks at the bottom and bright colored balls really stunning.
5. The Rhine Falls, Switzerland. Photographer managed to convey a sense of grandeur and magic that permeated the air.
6. White Lions, South Africa. Photographer Dave Elliott managed the impossible - both lion looking at the camera.
7. The boy with balloons, India. Photographed shadow boy running with balloons in hand, photographer Kamala Kannan managed to convey a sense of movement.
8. Nova Mlyn in the Czech Republic. Photographer Peter Kunderlik your image tried to convey a sense of peace and tranquility.
9. Children pry visitors pub Ugadnda.
10. Grasshopper, Honduras.
11. Winter Carnival, Saranac Lake, New York.
12. Giant shark near the Bahamas ...
13. One of the streets of Rio de Janeiro.
14. Girls with jugs of water, Rajasthan, India.
15. Chichen Itza, Mexico. Ancient Mayan fortress is considered one of the sacred places, under the auspices of the spirits.
16. Ballerina, Kazakhstan.
17. Train climbers, Singapore.
18. Climbers in the French Alps.
19. The girl on a swing, Bangladesh.
20. Sunset in Fort Myers Beach, Florida.
21. Highway in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
22. Base-jumper in freefall, Spain.
23. The celebration of the festival of Holi in India.
24. Lake Superior in Minnesota.
25. Angel Wings of handprints on the wall in Istanbul, Turkey.
26. Shporonosnaya African tortoise.
27. The lamp in the Fayetteville Veterans Park.
28. Statue of Reclining Buddha, Thailand.
29. Easter procession, Spain.
30. Lightning on the border of Utah and Arizona.