Lots of good design work happening here. I know you are debating on which you like the best…but i really like 3, 5 , and 4.
I like them cause they seem to be the strongest.
on # 3 i would put the tree slightly to the right a bit and maybe indicate a path that leads from it to the left. Which will create a dynamic flow through the piece as opposed to directly center. THere is nothing wrong with directly center though .
#4 I would either send the right tree back furthur into the back ground or bring the left tree closer. It will make the shot a little more dynamic. It can also create a good contrast in shapes to aid the eye in the flow of the piece.
#5 has a good birds eye view on it … but I am not certain what you want to focus on in specific. Part of the you are deciding still. Do you want to portray the woman on #9 or just focus on the enviromental piece :?: Its a tough one but doable. I can see you working through your story and deciding what you want in your work.
#9 If you wanted to really show the woman on a balcony… youve got a good start. Maybe extend the canvas for it to the left by another half the origional. Cut out half of it on the right of the woman and construct what belongs in that space. If i have time and you want I can do a draw over to help illustrate if my description doesn thelp.
Still… good work I cant wait to see where you take this.