I thought I'd have a bit of fun working up some complementary/symmetrical views of the same subject; in this case, different views of a stone staircase. C&C on the idea in general, as well as this particular execution of the concept, are welcome.
I like the idea. It can make for a very nice theme at an exhibition, or decoration for a room in a hallway, an office, etc. If well executed, it would create (in me) a sense of contendedness from a sense of completeness.
As for this particular execution, I only find it mildly satisfying. There is something that's missing that's hard to define. I have a couple of thoughts as to what that might be; it may be that there is nothing to break the pattern in either image, yet there is so much structure that I feel that there should've been something breaking the pattern.
In the picture on the left, there is a flower on the third step from above; perhaps it has some colour in it that could either be shown, or enhanced in some way for the B&W rendition?
In the other picture, I don't recognize that flower at all. Is it there? If it is, can you bring it out?
I have no complaints with tonality or structure; that rendition seems fine, as I must admit I've come to expect from you.