These comments I find present an interesting challenge. Normally, few if anyone else shows your work much attention, than I. Having Mortong's comment adds a different wrinkle to my following comment. Truthfully, when more experienced photographers comment ahead of me my comments defer to them. However, in this case I would respectfully disagree with Mortong. If you closed the perspective down to only the arches as suggested then it would misrepresent the scene to the viewer. Then the scene would be interpreted as an interior hallway. But, by leaving the opening on the left one clearly can see that this is not a hallway, but instead an arcade. Not only that. I can't get over how exquisitely the crop is made. On the far left only the arch base and mantle is shown; not the column. Normally, cutting off a feature like this is a composition no-no. But, this breaks the rule. By leaving the corner of the base and mantle showing it clearly indicates there is an arcade here. As always, excellent light management and composition. Well seen. Thank you.