The heels need to be balanced and pulled back to the widest part of the frog....made to face the ground. The bar ramps are high and other excessive bar. I'm not seeing much of a bevel either.
See the groove at the base of the frog in the solar shot...the high wall on both sides of the outside of the groove. That is high bar ramp. It even bows up in shape higher. See how far it is to the top of that wall from the groove?
The ramp should merge with the sole halfway back on the frog and ramp straight up to meet the heels dead on. Surface facing the ground. No bowing upward or outward...straight to the heels. If you look at the left side, you can see where the end of the bar ramp is. It disintegrates like someone punched it into the sole. It did. Because that bar is so high, it jammed into the ground all along it and farther forward. When the jam got farther forward than the ramp, the ramps support was gone and the excessive bar jammed into the sole. This is where bar likes to get imbedded in sole, bridge under the frog or abscess or all three. Bar doesn't exfoliate like sole. It shouldn't have been left behind. It is a source of great discomfort when it is excessive and will only be a further detriment to sole growth.