This interior shot in the Tournus in the Abbaye Saint-Philibert, shows a number of actions that cam improve a photograph.
The most obvious technique used in composing is the positioning a small figure, amazed by the scale of the Abbey. Without this counterbalancing the scale of the structure would be lost to most viewers.
Other interesting things that contribute to the success of the photograph are the many instances which follow the rule of thirds, many depths in the view, the contrasting lighting and the varied textures.
The chairs between the columns to the right and the whiteobject on the column are distracting should be removed.