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Agree about the twigs infront of the bird, if you just moved around to the left a fraction you could of got the clear shot, Robins are normally quite happy for you to move about as long as you don't get too close. Also if you moved round and got the Robin then looking into the camera could of been an excellent shot.. It's very sharp and the exposure is spot on so well done there.
I'm afraid this image doesn't work for me! The flare is distracting, too many shadows with no detail and the direct light has not helped the shot at all. It's good that you spotted the subject which is something that would grab my eye but next time you come across something like this. If you are ever unsure take photos from every angle so you get an idea of how the light effects it.
Again with this image I would crop some of the space to the right, I get why you did it like this though as it is where the bird is looking into, I would personaly of cropped a little tighter but fantastic detail. Eye is pin sharp. I have shaky hands and sadly never get my images PIN sharp!
I really like this image, the only thing for me that hits me is I feel around the eyes the image could be quite a bit sharper! I have tried many times to photograph Canadian geese and it's hard because we have all seen photos of Canadian Geese, but this is a real good effort.