Tough love for the cyberspider: the lone tree trunk and the hugging of said tree (to affirm your 'green-ness' perchance?) are not good because they demonstrate nothing but accuracy of focus.
On the other hand, the stones and buildings are rather indicative of a knowldge of how to compose: the elements seem to me (what does that matter?) to be correctly placed and aesthetically pleasing. I felt that I was looking at something that said something but, please, spider, do not fall into the trap that most 'salon' worshipers did in the forties by 'naming' such photos. Providing 'names' (except for strictly identification purposes) forces the viewer to become myopic and crestrict his other thoughts about the picture. Let the viewer 'imagine' and conflate thoughts and revel in the unrestrictiveness. Thanks. - David Lyga.