A grove of pine trees shot at dusk at High Park using the movement of the camera to accentuate the beautiful bark.
To my eye, the third image has the most potential, and reminds me that there is a procedure known as the Orton technique. If you Google it you will find references. It consists of shooting in in-focus and out-of-focus image and then combining them. There is a trick done with exposure for the technique, which I don't remember.
However, if you had a sharp version of your 3rd image and you placed the blurred 3rd image over it as a layer, you could erase through some of the tree trunk r reveal some of the sharpness of the sharper image, perhaps with less than 100% opacity. That would give my eye something sharper to grab on to, yet maintain the nice impressionistic feel you have in the image.