And for Zydar (in separate post to prevent things from looking messy): I really love the second pic. The colours, the light, it's just wow! I would like to see a little more of the road, but otherwise, it's close to perfect.
And something I thought about in the other pictures: You should think about the photographer's golden rule, the one that might be so hard to remember (I don't always...) and try to prevent point-and-shoot pictures. (meaning pictures where you just point the camera at something and shoot without thinking.) Always see so you don't have any disturbing objects in the picture (like the lamppost between the trees in the last pic) and try different angles and views to get the most interesting picture. It's tough and it can be very frustrating when you just can't get it right, but it's important to be able to improve as a photographer. When I started thinking about this, I thought everything got so much harder, but my pictures also turned out better... Just some constructive criticism. Hope you find it helpful.