No, you're just enough out of the saddle. I wouldn't change that a bit. If you just open your hip angle, it will put your upper body more upright so your entire body will be properly balanced over your feet. Your legs and abs will have to work harder to keep you more upright without you falling back into the saddle, but it will line things up a little better. Your shoulders should line up with your knees. In those pics, they are in front of them. I think your position from the hips down looks very solid. Just a minor upper body tweak should do wonders.