See that very last pic where you're cantering in 2 point? If you rotate your entire body counterclockwise about 5 degrees, it'll put your lower legs a little more forward, your shoulders a little more back and line the whole thing up perfectly to where your shoulder, hip, knee, heel angle is perfect. Next time you ride 2 point, think about keeping your legs more forward, which should automatically help your heels come down, and align your upper body along with it. The proportions of bend are good. It just all needs to change (be rotated) together if that makes any sense.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.