Sorry to say nay.
What's the story that you're telling with the fishing one? You have a shot of a nondescript setting with a man with his back to you. I do recognize the big bottle of Pepsi, which tells me that he's going to be there a while and it's not so cold that the soda will freeze, doped with anti-freeze as it is. Oh, and there's a fishing rod, but he's sitting on a frozen body of water with no obvious place into which he can drop his hook.
The thing on the snow. Fine, you got it in focus. The exposure is good. And you nailed the rule of thirds. It might be more effective if it was a bigger part of the image. But what the frack is it? The caption says that it's a jawbone. There are two things wrong with this. (1) If you need a caption to define your work, it's not an effective photo. And (2) yuck. You couldn't find anything more appealing?