Just got back from a trip to Italy. Still reviewing all my pics. Will post some in the POTD thread once I go through them all. While walking around in Rome I kept coming across narrow alleys that served as subjects. Wasn't sure how best to compose them. Here are two shots of the same alley. One where I included the near wall (and thus brought out the narrowness of the space) and another where I intentionally left out the near wall in the composition. Which one works better? I actually shot the latter image first (went with my gut). Then after a few other shots in the area went back and composed to include the near wall. I'm thinking including the near wall made for a better composition looking at them now. Not sure I trust my judgement though. Thoughts?