Not bad at all. I see it is a rather decent landscape shot. If there is anything "vernacular" about it, it would be that it might be suitable for an article illustration, given the amount of available space for text.
On a side note, can someone help this non-native speaker with the meaning of the term "vernacular," especially how it relates to photography? Mundane, banal, everyday, utilitarian (ooops, another big word)? Yes, I checked the dictionary, but there it is more like "jargon."
It doesn't look like a snapshot, given the intensive blue sky, most likely polarized, post-processed or perhaps Velvia (although I would expect Velvia to have a slight magenta tint to it)? On the saturation note, I would scale it down a bit (I know, sounds strange coming from me, right?).
The composition is classical, close to the thirds. There is a foreground interest, middle-ground, and leading lines. The colors are generally harmonious (once the sky is altered a bit).