Like your other image posted at the landscape forum, these images are blessed with terrific lighting conditions. All three are well exposed. But, like that image, I would lighten and increase the contrast of the shadow areas in both of these images. Let's use the first image as an example. I would have used a fill flash (I think you are close enough) to light up the lower left corner foreground, followed by PS editing for the tip of the rocks at the distant upper left corner. As it stands now, both can be done by PS.
Instead of honoring your request to post an edited version of mine, how about doing so yourself, and see what others think? There is a wide range of ways to do this. For a quick and dirty fix, try the Highlight and Shadow tool.
You can see that no one would mistake me for being a "traditionalist" who does not "manipulate" an image after it is shot.
After my first picture post met with approval I'm going to show the next 2 photos I took in Northern Ireland.
I took this pictures while/after sunset near Ballintoy on the northcoast.
I hope you'll like the pictures.
Comments, criticism, improvement suggestens are welcome.