Those images certainly are vibrant, Bernard. They seem to have the sort of vibrancy that has been exaggerated for printing purposes using soft proofing with 'simulate paper color'. Would that be right, or do you just prefer exaggerated vibrancy?
I recently acquired an NEC MultiSync PA271W 27" monitor with SpectraView II software and i1Display Pro colorimeter. When I calibrated the monitor, the monitor profile was sent by default to a Photoshop folder (I presume). I haven't yet taken the trouble to find it and copy it to the appropriate place in the video card's color management software because the colors on the monitor, outside of Photoshop, look so deliciously vibrant, such as my desktop theme with changing scenes of Australia.
However, on this monitor, which is essentially uncalibrated outside of Photoshop, the vibrancy of your images is just over the top. On another calibrated monitor, with profile saved in the video card software, your colors look closer to natural, but still exaggerated to a pleasing degree.