When you were talking aboout her being wet in the loin- it's called skirting. She does have more skirting then some but it isn't excessive.
I like her tail carriage, and the transition of her topline to tail - it is supposed to be an extension of the topline. I also like her topline, it doesn't give the appearance of pieces.
She is close to square, but maybe a hair long. It is hard to tell as I can't see exactly where her foot is. In addition it can be distorted by the angle of the photos. Her length of leg is about half of her height (assuming an approximate foot location). Her chest doesn't quite reach the elbows (it is very close), at 12 months there is certainly more time for her to mature and this may happen yet. She has nice length of rib cage with the appearance of a solid loin.
Her front assembly is definitely set forward, combined with a straight front (shoulder and upper arm). I wold like to see the breastbone JUST in front of the point of the shoulder. This combined with the lack of angle in the upper arm create the lack of forechest. Her elbow should really sit at deepest point of her chest, but it sits in front of it. From the front the lack of forechest will create kind of a hallow between the elbows if this makes sense. I can't tell from the photos but it wouldn't surprise me if she was easty-westy in the front (her feet turn out) as it is common with a lack of chest.
You can certainly work on improving the appearance of her front, stacking her front legs more underneath her and having her lean into the stack will help give the appearance of more chest and slightly bear angle for the upper arm.
Her rear is relatively straight. I think the length of the upper thigh bone appears to be pretty good, but she appears to need more length in the lower thigh. This would result in more bend of the stifle (knee).
As her front and rear are balanced (both relatively straight) I am not surprised that she moves in a a balanced manner. I would rather see a dog with balanced but not perfect angles on both ends, then a dog with superb angles on one end and really crappy angles at the other. It really shows in the movement with these kind of dogs.
Her head is okay from the side. It looks as if she has a bit of a roman nose (the bridge of her muzzle is arched). This throws off how the planes of the head, which are pretty close to parrallel. It would be interesting to see her with the skin on her neck tucked up to see the whole shape of her head. I think there is a little too much slope from the nose to lower jaw, it should be a little squarer, if that makes sense.
I also love her rich markings. Well defined with a bright, but dark color. Good contrast, and correct placement, not to splashy, but not muddled.
Obviously with the grass I can't really say anything about her feet or pasterns. I am guessing her pasterns are relatively short as is common in Europe. I like her, she is balanced and her parts seem to fit together pretty well. If I sit back a just look at it her lower arm is what sticks out the most.
Hopefully that wasn't too much