As I said in my last post, I don't do hunters, but I think your butt may be a wee bit too far out of the saddle, and seeing as they are only small jumps in the photos I don't think you need to lean down into your horse as much (Don't take my word for that I'm sure there's better experts out there)
I've been told by a trainer who does hunters, that when you jump your supposed to only go out of the saddle a little bit, let the horse come up to you.
-You also might find if your closer to the saddle(not as up and forwards), your legs might stay closer to the girth. From reading jumping critiques by an expert in magazines I get, he has written in there many times that your crotch should always stay behind the pommel, like the first photo (I think anyway, it's a bit of a hard angle to judge from)
-However, I do like where your hands are, and the fact that your looking ahead... Your approach to the next jump should start mid-air in the last jump so I've been told, if that makes sense. (I ALWAYS screw that up in my rounds)
So I think all that needs practice is staying with your butt closer to the saddle, but as I said, don't take my word for it unless someone else seconds that, because I'm by no means perfect (far from it actually
) and I'm still learning how to critique riding positions. :)
Good luck, not too far away!! It's 10:30PM Thursday here :)