Looks fine, tho the pics are bit dark.
Actually a bit of overhang is an advantage as you get the point where you put most pressure (which are your foot balls and not toes) closer to the board edge = more leverage. As long as only the toes do overhang and your foot ball is still located on the gas pedal of the binding, it's fine.
Toe - and heel - overhang is only a problem when you tilt the board extremely in relation to the slope: if you carve hard or traversing steeps.
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