Sky is the bomb :)
I will say you have an excellent seat, with great alignment.
My only suggestions are: Puppy paws need fixing. Sky's suggestion is good; I would also close your fingers around the reins more. Be assertive! :) Secondly, by the English picture, it seems you may want to generally work on using you core more. You have a pretty solid leg, I think, though, that riding Western can give one the feeling of a strong leg, until there is nothing but horse to grip instead of fender (if that makes sense?). Lastly, to me, it seems that your hip can tend to close up a bit. I am not sure how much weight you have on your seat bones, so this is tentative; make sure you are putting your weight on your seat bones and keeping your hip angle open so you can really drive your horses up from behind.
Overall, you look pretty fantastic. You look like a competent, balanced rider. Great job :)
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