Taking a quick look at the blue grass texture, I would remove these words. I think you are trying to come up with too many words just to have more keywords. It's simply a shot of blue artificial grass. I would remove these words (and probably more)- garden (this is not a garden) front (front of what?) yard (who has a blue yard?) green (obviously, not green) meadow (not a meadow) organic (what is organic about blue grass?)
I'm also not sure about all the sports words you have included, not sure how this image applies to specific sports? If a buyer is searching for soccer will they want a pic of blue artificial grass?
Also, the painting of what looks to me like an abstract woodgrain texture doesn't need the word macro and macros (it is not a macro, that is a super close-up of a specific thing, this is more of an abstract), gray (I only see browns), marine, ornamentations, trendy, revival, table, scrapbook, geometric (it is free-form, not geometric), pinstripe (not think stripes in a regular pattern), trade, curtains, shades, motion, glamor, pastel, orange, walls, materials, fashion, symbol, wallpaper, festive, strip, royal, zebra, jade, shape, gradient, funky, fabric, color, vintage, single wrapper. That's just my opinion, but you have too many words that a buyer will not use to try and find something like these images in a search.
I'd probably try all of them for Keymasters, just to see what the "experts" come up with. I Keymaster all mine, and get some great keywords. Than I may plug in some more of my own. BUT, I make sure they are relevant.
Plenty of stuff on here about keywording in blogs and posts.
@ Red thank you for your suggestions. i know there is alot of wrong words with the images . im just not a native language speaker so its very hard for me to chose the suitable keywords for each image. appreciate your help alot thanks :))