Purely the image nut in me talking and I'm sure most people will just roll their eyes but you should be careful not to use wide angles when you have geometric shapes across wide areas of your shot. Basically back up and use a longer lens. This is best shown in that picture with the circle on the ground. The wide angle distorts it into an oval. If you move your feet and lengthen the lens, this effect will be mitigated. Wides are great because you can get more stuff in a shot from closer up but they cost you distortion, particularly noticeable when you have some rigid figure. It also comes up when people stand too close to their cars and fill the frame with their car. Certain lines are supposed to be straight and wide angles aren't straight at the corners.
Also composition wise, I've always leaned on the rule of thirds (most cameras even put on the dotted "tic tac toe" grid lines for you these days). The second shot with both cars at the gate has much better framing because it lines up more logically with the rule of thirds. The cars are more central to the image. In the first shot with them in the gate, your eye is pulled by the yellow well lit box in the right/middle third and the freeway kind of making you want to tilt your head in the all three top thirds.
Ok, I'll shut up now. You can stop rolling your eyes. They look great! *ahem*.
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