I think your feet are a nice distance apart
and you look balanced over your skis with a nice relaxed stance.
In the stance 2 jpg, your inside ski looks like it is quite flat to the snow and not pointing the same direction as the outside ski (right).
In the stance.bmp you look like your right leg is flexed quite a bit, but it looks like you are moving into a transition.
In the stance1.jpg, your right leg is also quite flexed and the left ski is quite flat on the snow.
I would like to suggest that you stand a little taller (longer) and not get so flexed on both legs. Keep your outside leg in the turn more extended so it can bear some weight without exerting your quads and keep the inside leg flexed. This will alow a lot more vertical seperation of your feet so that both edges of the skis are equally engaged in the snow and will also get you a greater edge angle.
I do really like how all of your joints are flexed. Overflexing your outside leg is keeping your hip a little too low. Long leg/short leg could be your verbal cue when you feel a little too squatty.
If you have any questions, please ask.