You crack me up.
Now: Ryan, I agree with those that say you are not relaxed. You probably knew the picture was going to be taken, and you froze up trying to look your best. Not unusual for many of us. Your right hand, of course, is too low and close to the body, thus you are partially in the back seat. The left had looks like it wants to do a pole plant, but it is a little early in the turn for that. Your legs are together, but your feet are too close. It almost appears that your boots may be touching. Your skis are on edge, but because you are in the back seat, you are skidding part of the turn [ snow spraying off of the tails of both skis,] so at best this turn could evolve into a partial carve.
So the photo to me seems to show a skidded back seat turn. Understand there is nothing wrong with this on an easier slope, if that's what YOU wanted to do. There are times when the skidded turn is fine. I don't beleive that is what you were trying to do in those snow conditions.
What seems most positive is that edges of both skis seem to becoming more engaged, as the turn progresses. You are looking down the hill, even anticipating where your next turn will take place. Your body seems pretty square to the path the skis are traveling.
I would like to suggest that you to check out the "ski technique" area of this months www.breakthroughonskis.com/
There are some ideas that may help you advance your turns so there is less skidding and more carving.