Superb. My personal favorite is the 2nd one - you have really captured the moment, it's emotion, the effort on the faces! Well done
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As an aside, you can use bokeh or panorama stitching to get a MF DOF effect and resolution. It is often referred to as the Brenzier method (named after the wedding photog that made it famous). Using this has its drawbacks, but it also has the advantage of getting images that wouldn't even be possible with any MF cameras. There is a calculator where you input you camera and lens setup and how many images you did in your stitch and it will tell you what imaginary camera and lens you would have needed to actually get something similar in real life (some of my image have come to the equivalent of a non existent f0.7 lens).
Here is Ryan Brenzier's webpage with more examples. His are mostly wedding and engagement stuff, but you can also use it for landscape as well.
Here is a great example of how this technique can be used in landscape photography (love this shot):
Here is a crappy attempt I did for a test a couple months ago (which reminds me, I should go outside right now and enjoy the equipment I already own):