Here comes the first picture. This is Glunk, a Super-Earth measuring 1.38 Earth radii and 2.89 Earth masses. It is known for its extremely bright reddish hue, surpassing even that of Mars before the terraforming, though its reddish hue also comes primarily from iron oxides. The surface of Glunk is dotted with salt lakes, the largest of which can be seen at the center of this picture and are thousands of kilometers across, yet only a few meters deep. These lakes are covered with a salt crust (mainly sodium and potassium chloride) causing them to appear white from space. Due to the dense atmosphere, these lakes can remain liquid despite their hypersaline composition. With an average surface temperature of 64 Celsius, life is possible here, but only just. The biota is quite sparse and consists mostly of microbial biofilms and insectoid creatures.
There is also a gif of Glunk over the course of a day, as seen from geostationary orbit, which I cannot embed.
Ah, here we go.