Rotated, Banked and braced.
Granted, these are from a single still image, but in the 1/500th of a second, that's what the camera captured. In regards to what others including Nolo have said, this says nothing about how far you have come, but we all have things to work on. But hey, you asked.
The Rotated comment comes from the fact that I see that it looks like you are trying to get some counter, but it's coming from the shoulders rather than the hips. The jacket makes it a bit hard to see, but your hips are turned further across the hill than the skis, and the shoulders are closer to the direction of travel.
The Banked comment comes from the inside hand being well below the outside hand, and too far back. Your hand should be nowhere near your knee. Especially on snow that good.
The Bracing comment is a bit less definite, but it looks like you have a bit too much weight/pressure on the inside ski (the banking did that to you in that turn), and are pushing the outside ski away from you. Just being able to angulate a bit more and get the pressure to the outside ski may help that a bit, but some of it is also mental - using it for speed control or possibly wanting to feel that outside ski bite and snap back a bit. If you try to ingnore looking for those types of sensations and worry more about the direction of travel ("I want to go over there"), it may also help a bit.
PS, I haven't had any martinis today. I don't even like martinins.