<p><b><a href="http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/vestrahorn-scene/" target="_blank">Rose-Tinted Spectacle</a></b></p> <p>Sunset splashes a rosy tint over the landscape in this image submitted by Fabrizio Fortuna. The mountain is the 1,500-foot (457-meter) Vestrahorn, a main landmark of southeastern Iceland.</p>

Rose-Tinted Spectacle

Sunset splashes a rosy tint over the landscape in this image submitted by Fabrizio Fortuna. The mountain is the 1,500-foot (457-meter) Vestrahorn, a main landmark of southeastern Iceland.

Photograph by Fabrizio Fortuna, National Geographic Your Shot

Photo of the Day: Best of July

Every day, we feature an image chosen from thousands around National Geographic. Here are ten favorites from July.

Sometimes a photograph can appear to be straight out of a dream. This month's collection of my favorite Photo of the Day images has many surreal moments—a fledgling astronaut, a gliding manta ray, and a fragile rope bridge across a giant expanse, to name a few. Whether you've seen these places before or not, there's always something new to be seen or experienced. Our planet deserves a second glance.

Janna Dotschkal is the editor of Photo of the Day, a curated look at photography from around National Geographic, including the magazine and our photo community, Your Shot. Liane DiStefano writes the captions and titles.
See which pictures were featured in our last roundup, Photo of the Day: Best of June.

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