Hi. I like two and three the best though they seem a bit washed out on my monitor and two could use more room for the model to look into.
The first one is too busy for me, if she'd be farther from the background and you'd use a medium tele to telephoto to compress and soften the background, then #1 would be much better.
Four is not bad either, though I'd love to see more of her shoulders and more important, more "catch light" in her eye facing the ground so it would have the ambiance the other eye has--eyes to me are the most important part of a photograph.
Five is cliche, been done with strawberries, grapes, cheries, etc., so I want to see it done "differently" and I'm not sure what that would be, but my approach would be go beyond cliche.
Just my thoughts, and thanks for being a member of the G1 family and community--we missed you last weekend in Chicago, next time I'm up, come on down on me! Thanks again and Happy Holidays, rg sends!