How long have you been lifting? Seems to me you just started, and that your shoulders are not out of pace with the rest your body.
From the pic you posted here on this thread, your delt actually looks pretty good on the right. There's no separation, because your bodyfat level is too high. Plus, you don't have the genes for a delt that really pops even at high bodyfat (you're like me and most guys in this regard). But still, it actually looks nice and meaty, and will actually look very good when your bodyfat level is slightly lower.
Ditto in this picture here http://www.realjock.com/fullphoto/3c26a14af0d3c1e2a40ee71adec4baf3 your delts don't look out of pace with the rest of your body.
I wouldn't worry about details so early in my development, and I would start my shoulder routine with a simple press rather than supersetting it with something else (someone may point out that we're actually misusing the term "superset", but I understand what you mean). I would personally recommend you start with a heavy press, and focus on getting stronger, and then do the lat raises, front raises, etc, afterwards. For new guys especially, it's beneficial to go by-the-book, start with a heavy compound exercise and aim to increase your strength, then move on to isolation exercises.
Also, lat raises with 22.5 lbs in each arm while supersetting it with presses...all that actually seems quite heavy, especially for someone starting out. The delt is a weak muscle, and all the time I see newbie guys head for 25ish-lb DBs, and throwing the weight in the air, instead of using proper form to stimulate the delt.
I'm curious how long you been lifting (a year?) and how many sets and reps do you do?