You have a gift.
You've got some nice ones there. I like the flowers and the statues. The shot of the bird is nice, too!
I'm just an amateur but they look pretty good. I might be crazy but to me it looks like three of them (The one with the farm equipment, the one with the railroad tracks, and the one of the large brick building) are slightly tilted; at this point I've looked at them too long trying to decide if they are to trust my eyes
The first bird one looks like your AF focused right in front or behind of the bird, but that may just be the low resolution of the posted photos.
My favorites are the first flower shot and the one with the star in the barn towards the end.
The last sunset is nice. The others don't really stand on their own. Not good or bad photos, just not much to them, emotionally or technically. If they were part of something relevant, they might be just perfect.
Several images were nice, but what I'm most interested in is that old farm house. Spend a month photographing just that old farm house and nothing else. After a couple of days, you will run out of all the obvious shots. That's when you'll start getting really creative. Then post your best images.
Tilt... I have an issue with that myself... Loved the first one with the truck... Can you try to level that one.
The last sunset with clouds and roller coaster. All of the graphic elements, clouds, horizon line and even the bright sun take you directly into the image and focus your attention. Much like.
The last flower is good, but could be better if the background flowers were a little more out of focus. Do this by using a larger f-stop (smaller number). Still a good image.
The lighting and sky on the large brick building is very nice for an architectural shot. It does seem sort of cut off where you chose to crop it. Was it possible to include the whole building?
I've been a pro for 21 years and have the "tilt" problem also. For me it is an astigmatism in my eye. I'm thankful that images can be cropped and the horizon straightened.
ETA-A "dutch" tilt is possible but generally needs to be more pronounced, so, exagerate the tilt or make the horizon straight. Great start BTW.
Thanks for the suggestions. Apparently I have a problem seeing the tilt; even now after it's been pointed out, I'm staring at the screen trying to see which way the images need tilted to be straightened out.
Edit: Except the brick building. That one is pretty obviously crooked.
I welcome any tips you guys have. I've just recently picked it up.
They lack a subject, or they're an obvious quick snap shot. Focus on composition, play with DOF, get creative. Use natural lines to lead into your subject.
Very nice images! On the gravestone one, I would have focused on the next closest headstone instead of the closest. It draws the 'focus' to one side of the picture.
You have some good shots. You did a good job creating lines in some of your photos, fix the tilt as others have said, and remember not to have your subject dead center.