Actually it is obvious that he isnt.
Like Rick said not only is his ski tip in the air, I think I see the ski being bent as well. And he likes stiff skis. Especially the tail of the ski.
simplyfast, I'm just trying to understand the words being used so I don't make an a$$ of myself. My lower leg position could be knee forward of my toe or knee over my heel, but in either case my CoM might be forward or back of my feet. Lower leg position will affect the CoM but it doesn't with any certainty indicate where CoM will be. Where your CoM is and what your lower leg is doing is essential to understanding skiing. Understanding what Rick means by 'center balanced' is essential to me in trying to discuss this thread with clarity.
Bode's CoM is definitely behind his heels in the first image; his inside ski is flexed from the heel piece with the forebody off the ground. While that might be done with his CoM over his feet, I think his CoM is far behind his heels. The reason that works in this turn (and most of his turns for that matter) is that his body moves inside the turn and down the hill so his CoM is over his feet by the 4th image and he is able to pressure into the entire ski.
Skiing like Bode isn't something I would recommend to anyone, not even my athletes. It is far more athletic and close to the edge to be useful to anyone but Bode and some of his competition.
As to the OPs questions: