Here are my notes as I read down your page - only in the best of intention (really great ideas, but some places do need a re-work):
1. Does Analyze It not ask you to put a title above your image? (I just now noticed that - in case it's also a problem on your other page….) If I remember well, such as Google hope to see the H1 first.
2. Not seeing your keyword in your first image's caption, I hovered to see that the title might reside from your previous sunrise page. I used Ctrl U and found four instances of the word sunrise. I see that some of them are to your #order link. Maybe that's something to reconsider. If you wind up with 200 of these links, my suspicion is that you will rank highly for sunrise images.
This is a huge danger of using a template. Cat had had a good idea (I think it was Cat), make such places hugely red so you're more likely to catch such sneaky places.
Do you upload? I am seeing image titles, yet not image alt=. 'Just wondering.
3. The first image caption. I'd like to see something about the image: Wild meadow flowers: click to see this fine art print full-screen. Or something more inviting to match your text.
4. The first line of text: "If you value pristine nature, this image of wild meadow flowers and sky-high mountains may just be made for you!" I think that that last part should read as "may be made just for you". In my part of the USA we use "just for you" as a phrase to make the receiver feel special. Some greeting cards use that as the only text: Just For You!
As an aside: Have you brainstormed for secondary topics on each page as with Mongolia and the Altai Mountains. If your intended audience is English speaking customers, you may find something about these areas in Brainstorm It that could add to your page's reach. 'Just an idea. I have sure had to do that with phonics: CH words, CH digraph, etc.
5. "Relish the view…." That's beautiful! The whole subsection is wonderful. Although if you're trying to lure those interested in photos and photography, you might want to add the terms.
6. Wonderful facts about Mongolia, yet "It sounds like a plenty of room" might ought to be "It sounds like plenty of room". (A question though: Room for what?)
7. Hm…. Passports and airports might be more usefully mentioned if you're building the rarity of this view, so few people have an opportunity to see it, but at the moment they read as if you wish you were a travel affiliate.
Ah…. You do get to the rarity: "Chances to get there are scarce." Personally, I think you need a better lead into this sense of the rare.
Oops. More airports. These lines do not fit:
The national air carrier MIAT offers regular services to Beijing, Berlin via Moscow, Busan, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Tokyo. In addition, Frankfurt and Bangkok are seasonal destinations in summer, and winter, respectively.
Other airlines flying to Mongolia include Aeroflot (from Moscow), Air China (from Beijing), Korean Air (from Seoul), and Turkish Airlines (from Istanbul via Bishkek in Kyrgyzstan). The list is nearly exhaustive.
You might focus more on the image in these rambles than on the unrelated cities and flights.
8. Great conclusion!
Or, with much less money and no pain whatsoever, you can treat yourself to a fine art print of this spectacular image!
9. Do not mention doubts. No negatives apply here.
10. Wonderful build to your next image, yet here's a moment to use Cath's "talk to your customer" using the second person, you: "embrace her with its life-affirming attitude." Perhaps that "her" should be "you".
11. "in every interior opening up outward" Remove the word "up" to remove the error of having two prepositions of place. It would read as well with "in every interior opening outward", although it's still a bit awkward.
12. This may be very important your wonderful "I want to feel alive" link takes me to the order form prefilled for the sunrise image. Click. I'm either too confused to find where to by my wonderful wildflower meadow flowers art print (which did not sound too awkward as I wrote it – as per your comment and as if I truly were searching for such an art print – the two words can give the effect of being the "title" therefore one noun in meaning with wildflower meadow flowers being not too many adjectives – at least in this instance….), I click back wanting the greengrass, flowers and meadows, or I click back to my search engine.
13. Breathtaking image of a studio or bedroom use of your image. Beautiful! Your placement of it gives your photo the feel of being a window in the picture.
14. I think you would want the article "a" or "the" in this phrase: "hanging system is included" "a hanging system is included". And immediately after that is stray punctuation: "every mounted edition –, invite some". Remove the comma?
15. The link "I want to steal the spotlight!" Again, links to the order form preloaded for the other image. I would think that this would reduce the number of sales you'll receive.
16. I think that the word needs to be products here: "highly elaborate produce".
17. This is lovely, yet a bit awkward: "I wish you a long and good time with your purchase!"
18. Aha! You do have the right images preloaded in this order form. Perhaps this is where those other links should have landed.
19. Your tags again: Something I did not write last time that I remember tonight is that the light gray print on the lighter gray background might be seen as hidden by search engines. I have no idea what the limits would be, but do think you could darken that print.
So sorry for any typos of my own. I must quit. DO be sure to double check where there may be hidden code from the previous page in your template. Also, once you've made these edits, take a break and re-read the page again - out loud. This always helps me catch inconsistencies. I tried to catch all I could, yet it is late here....
Again, another wonderful page! If you persevere to include 200 of these on your site, it sure could become a "go to" site for such beautiful art.