If those feet saw a farrier two weeks ago, the farrier should be fired. The feet are definitely in need of a trim, but from the limited pics provided I don't see anything seriously wrong, just overgrowth, unbalanced, messy, unfinished work. Now some of this will definitely appear in two weeks, but not to the degree showing above.
If there is no heat, no lameness and no sensitivity I wouldn't let these feet concern you. One thing I noticed is beautiful full frogs on the first and last pic. The second one is not so full -- is it due to contracted heels? Or because thrush was cut away? Or lack of contact before with the shoes? Or something else? I don't know. But I still wouldn't let that stop me.
I have seen much, much worse. However, if you have any concerns a few bucks for a good farrier will set your mind at ease.