The goat doesn't appear to be quite in focus, but that could be due to it moving. Or it could be too small to see the detail on his face. It’s hard to say. It's pretty amazing to get this close a view of a wild Mountain Goat, anyway. And the fact that you caught him in this field of flowers is a major bonus. Even the light is pretty nice. I'd like more of the environment in front of him, to get a sense of where he's going. This composition gives it a very “frozen in time” feel. But, overall, I like it.
I love the sense of shear power you capture in the muscles of the goat. What a beautiful animal! To place that in a field of flowers is even more natrualistic. Raw nature. Beastly and sublime. Over all good job. I would like to see more of the goats face towards me. But I understand why you wouldn't.
I also would have went for a bit more depth of field but that would have been risky with a moving animal. You probably made a good decision to catch what you could and not take the risk. I wonder how close you would recommend getting to such and animal. What's safe?
Hope he's not hangin' on someone's wall right now. It's nice to see one that's not shedding and shaggy looking. I think everything you did here was just right, depth of field etc. The slight blurring of chin whiskers I would account to as head movement and it just adds to the reality of the photo.
Glacier N/P is one of my favorite places on this earth. I think this candid photo captures one of it's creatures quite well in her mid day stole across one of those high meadows looking for something tasty to munch on.
Being slightly out of focus adds to the feeling of movement of this healthy looking high mountain creature for me.