That image comes from Michael Blanchette, a "New England photographer specializing in landscapes." And while it features a few of my favorite photographic things -- mountains, and reflections, and reflections of mountains -- it's the incredible vibrancy of the red shack that really sticks out at me. (Blanchette says that "red is the most common paint" used "on the island of Austvagoya in the Lofoten archipelago of Norway." And it's devastatingly effective.)
And another, because they're so much fun.
And one more, just because. (Feel better yet?)