Here's my feedback- awesome work everyone!
1) The opening shot is awesome- great motion, exposure, color, composition... VERY well done. The shot content and cuts work well with the music- great transition at 00:16. Overall, good use of camera moves, good color, and attention to lighting. Watch out for the heavy focus-falloff vignetting- it can be distracting and take away from a shot if its used too heavily. Also, when using smoothcam, be careful about the way it's utilized in shots with a lot of motion or changing exposure and subject- looks like there's a weird smoothcam jump at 00:29 when the skateboarder comes into frame and Smoothcam needs to readjust. Tweaking the smoothcam settings, or cutting up a clip into different pieces and working with each piece separately can fix this (if its something that you want to avoid- this could have been done on purpose as part of the shot transition too).
2) Nice images and colors, good use of DOF in the opening shots, but there are points where I'd rather see a deeper depth of field, for a longer period of time so you can digest the contents of the shot and get a little more out of them. It can get distracting when there's not enough in-focus matter for the eye to lock onto. The music provides a nice background vibe, and the editing pays close attention to the pacing and flow.
3) Timelapses of cloud movement are the easiest go-to, and everyone takes advantage of it (myself included), but the most interesting timelapses are often of different subjects, so don't hesitate to really seek out other options. Some interesting color correction with cool looks works well to highlight the difference between shots. The music could be played up, and the shots used to highlight the pacing better, if you work to more closely match cuts or dissolves to the sound. In the nighttime timelapses, don't hesitate to push your exposure a few stops and really let the mids get brighter- you can often find some interesting detail in the mids at night.
4) Excellent use of lockoff establishing shots. Sometimes people are so consumed with creating fancy camera moves that they forget that the most effective shots can often have no motion whatsoever. I'd prefer a lockoff with good composition over a forced dolly or boom shot any time! At 00:27 seconds, watch out for post vignetting on shots that have a light background... it can get overwhelming and look too fake and distracting if you're not careful. Music sets the mood nicely and works well with the pace of editing (or, vice versa) Last shot with the single leaf falling is a great way to close it out- its always VERY effective to use shots that can communicate the beginning or end of a piece symbolically without needing to say anything more... and this does just that.
5) Excellent tracking shots- smooth, but not artificially so, provides a good balance of realism and puts the viewer in the scene. Nice composition in the opening shots with the shadow. Weak bunnyhop- your stuntman needs to get the back wheel off the ground. The desaturated look fits the mood and message of the piece very well- upping the contrast and lowering the saturation even more can provide an even stronger effect- maybe not what you were going for, but still a cool look worth mentioning. The text works well, and the simplicity of the font and lack of treatment fits well with the vibe. I'd watch out for your title safe area with this... it works for Vimeo and Youtube, but even then its pushing the limits of where you want your text to appear. The ending is rather abrupt and could have benefitted from a fade to black- OR, if the abrupt cut was by design (sometimes it is), I'd suggest adding a second or two of black to the end of the timeline so that it plays through and the abrupt cut doesn't get lost with the end of the file.