ye sure, bring it on :3 but dont get into the "the eyes are not in focus" typo thing, i know that.
I'm glad you already know that.
But here we go:
I don't really get the story there.
I see a man sitting on a few stairs holding a chain in his hand.
If you could have gotten a close-up of that, and add it to the story, it could make everything so much more clear, but for now, it's quite vague.
Perhaps a close-up of the other hand holding something could aid telling the story as well.
It's a better photograph, in case it's supposed to tell a story.
I would get the angle a little more straight and probably wait until she's looking in your direction, getting her face in the frame would imrpove the photograph a bunch.
Good shot, you captured the moment!
But taking it on the same level as the dog would improve the photograph a lot.
Good job on capturing the woman as well, it wouldn't have much interest without her in the frame.
The same critique as I wrote for the first photograph.
Furthermore, get a bit wider to get his feet in the frame as well, cutting them off looks awkward.
You could also have left less head space, but perhaps that was interfering with your focus points?
Potentially, this is the best photograph, in my opinion.
People cosily dining in a row with view on sea...
Good use of a self-explanatory leading line...
However, the potential is literally blocked by the man in front.
He's simply taking too much away from the focal point.
Also, please do me a favor and wait for her to smile, then take the shot.
Could you perhaps explain the story?
Two man went shopping?
Just a little notice on getting his other foot in frame as well.
This might have been better in color, due to the lens flare.
I just find she's sitting in an uninteresting position: the stairs are blocking her face.
I'm sorry to tell that this composition is disappointing: a son with cut off toes, lying against his split in half father...
An environment shot, not really one of my favorites, but can't say much about it, no real good stuff, but no bad thing either by any means!
Anyhow, good job, Neurology, good to see you used B&W most of the time, that usually adds extra interest to photographs, especially to streeth photographs.