Ah, OK. Perhaps he is just a newbie with a million questions. I still get a weird vibe though.
I don't post my photos because they suck. Criticism only works when a photo has some redeeming qualities to work off of, but most of mine don't (I've had them referred to as "throw aways" before, and only after I asked people to be nice did they stop that). I feel like I learn more about composition critiquing others' photos than I do shooting on my own. And when I post critique for another person's photos, I try not to say anything about those specific photos, but more ideas in general for future reference. I do this because that is what I would want done for mine (if they were any good).
If you'd like me to post more I would, but they're horrible. As a matter of fact, I haven't shot my camera in a month cause I'm so disgusted at my own abilities. I have a feeling after being on here and learning some more in the last month or so, that I will be better when I pick my camera back up (I'm starting to get the desire to).
Also I wholeheartedly admit I have self-esteem issues, and part of my unwillingness to post comes from not being able to handle criticism without taking it as an insult to my personal character. But I also feel it necessary to say that whenever I do critique someone else's photos, I let them know that I could not do the photo any better myself. Hindsight vision is 20/20 and all that stuff, you know.
Sorry if I have upset or offended anyone on this website.