Also like #1....very much.
#2 looks like another one of your camera movement shots....I don't like it. I think it would have been a beautiful image with a still camera but really softened up (negative clarity, Gaussian blur maybe?).
The second shot is an in-camera double exposure. The "ghosting' is inherent to the process because the second image is out of register with the first. And sometimes this conveys an image that works and is ethereal in look; and sometimes it just doesn't look good at all, excessive ghosting, white areas etc. One has to experiment. If I can find one that I think conveys my meaning better, I will post it. They work best on stationary simple subjects using a tripod in register. But I find, some people just don't like these type of images. Thanks for the comments.