Upload & Sell: On
#2 could have been stunning if you had widened the depth of field. As is, with the foreground AND background blurry, and only the mid-ground rocks in focus, it's just well, blurry. All of them have the "horizon" dead center, which makes them very static and rather commonplace. Observing the rule of thirds would help to make them more exciting. Right now, they all look like just snapshots taken on the spur of the moment. Landscape photography is very much about planning a shot.
That said, many of them have potential, I particularly like the subject matter of #1 with the water, canoes and sunset, but the little hut is a bit distracting.
Good luck, and keep on shooting!