In most of these pictures there is no real focal point. Looks like you just pointed the camera in random directions and took shots. And even when there is supposed to be a focal point suggested in the photo, it's badly portrayed and is either way out in the distance, or there are too many other things in the photo that make you lose focus of the focal point.
The first three are terribly low quality, and on about 3 others they look as if they had been taken on a phone camera due to the pixelation. Honestly, there's nothing popping out at you, or appealing to say the least in these pictures. They look as if something you'd send to your family when you're on vacation. Not something that you'd call actual photography, or something that is publishable. (Whether that was your intended purpose or not, I don't know. I am just giving my opinion and critique.)
It would be nice to know what kind of camera you're working with so we can give you a little slack here and there, due to the fact that you can do a lot more with a camera that costs $5,000 than one that costs $100.
And as for your no editing, if you plan on ever actually doing photography professionally, I'd look into editing your photos more often.