Some of the B&W ones seem a tad bit underexposed, but nice shots. I do like the composition of the 3rd though, and the bridge in the 2nd looks like a classic country scene.
I also like the composition of the beach one, there's just something about it that really catches my eye. But, I can't go without saying that it looks a tad bit underexposed.
The bench one is kind of interesting, simple yet attractive.
I have some mixed thoughts of the 7th. Curves (Curved lines) can be VERY attractive and interesting in a photograph, especially when combined with the rule of thirds, and I think you really almost nailed it. My only complaints would be that you don't show enough of the curve, perhaps you could've shown the end of the path, and it also seems a tad bit overexposed.
The 6th is interesting, but there isn't enough blur IMHO. Although, it does have a certain interesting appeal to it. I once took a shot like it, and I really liked. Perhaps I liked mine because it was a bit more blurred, and it had some glare from the sun coming in, which gave it a cool effect. It is a cool idea though!
The dandelion one is suburb, I love how it's being blown in the shot. Although a faster shutter speed could've been used to reduce some blur, perhaps some people like the blurring or perhaps you were going for that effect. Any way, it's a nice shot!
The skyscraper one is kind of cool, it almost looks like you made it HDR (Which I really like!).
The Times Square one is decent, although perhaps you should've taken it from a lower angle, just to make the building look taller and bigger.
The 9th I kind of like, whatever plant that is looks like something that you'd find in Africa! Perhaps you could've made more of the plant in focus?
All in all, nice shots! Remember that even though the camera says that it's properly exposed, take it again if it doesn't look right. You're smarter than the camera, and since this is the digital age, you can retake anything the moment after you take it if you don't like the first. I hope that my opinion was helpful! Keep the pics coming! You've also inspired me to travel to NYC!