I asked as a check on whether I was communicating. It looks like not.
Each image implies human activity without showing it. Specifically, it has implications for the past. A viewer can infer what happened during an interval before the shutter press. The things occupy their locations temporarily, and they're where they are because someone did something. The bag was stored on the rack. The ball was forgotten on the street. The dog was parked on the sidewalk. The store was closed and emptied. The yellow card was posted on the telephone box and later cut off (and the box itself shows abundant signs of age). So, in each case, the image extends back beyond that instant, and in some cases it also extends into the future. We expect the traveler to pick up her bag, the dog owner to collect his dog. The kids may or may not recover their ball. Another business will move into the storefront. The transitoriness of the card on the phone box was exercised before I got there.
I want to say something like "Your past always comes along with you." If, when you look at these images, none of that comes through, they fail as metaphors.
Yay! I like it.
what you need to do then is create a series of 15-20 that communcate that the most. choose the strongest of your images, analyze them why the work best to show what you're after, and follow that. having a website helps, you can focus a bit more. even if its a template based simple site, its a good tool to have.