I've said nice things about your photos in another thread and I'll do so again: I think nearly all of the photos you have linked to (in your last post but one) are beautiful. But I'll risk offending you in the hope of making my feedback more useful to you:
I find some of your colour schemes a bit too garish for my taste - Coconut Island #2, for instance. Some of them seem quite unnatural (eg the bright green sea in Gulf Light #3 - it may be realistic, but it's not like seas I know) and that, in terms of my life-affirming, survival-value rationale for beauty, sets off alarm signals somewhere in my reptilian brainstem.
Quite a few of them are too static to hold my interest for long. You seem to be trying hard for balance, which is generally good, but its downside is dullness and predictability. In terms of my life-affirming, survival-value rationale again, static=dead, moving=alive, and alive is good. For that reason, I particularly like Lift Off, and I like Boardwalk Rain Sunrise because the asymmetry gives the (admittedly static) subject a sense of movement.
Hope this makes sense and is a tiny bit useful,