As I learn about landscape photography, I see these as excellent examples making use of the wide angle lens.
I see large or at least close, in focus subjects in the foregrounds. I noticed lines sometimes tress, other times lines in the snow leading us into the background over expansive middle ground to a clearly focused background. They nicely adhere to the technique of thirds ( I purposely avoided the four letter word starting with "r"). The snow appears white, not gray.
#...263 has nice shadows from the grass tufts, giving a bit of contrast to the scene, along with the blue sky and clouds. I would give this image the #1 star.
The skies are not all that exciting which is why we do not see more of them, we see only what is interesting. The foreground images add a nice sense of scale. There are no distracting "extra" elements that do not fit into the scene. We see a natural relationship between the different elements, snow, snow covered trees, or winter grasses. The subject matter has been kept simple.
This photos are indeed suitable for framing!
BTW Eric, be careful what you wish for. Can we really get through winter here in MA without having to shovel?