The same deliberate process is how a pile of bricks becomes a wall with a little mortar and a lot of labor.
There’s one more ingredient to this process that is often overlooked.
That factor is time.
Rushing the clock doesn’t always result in success. Of course, that’s a lesson that has to be learned in real life. If you’re lucky, it’ll happen when the stakes are low. There’s a big difference between a souffle falling and a building collapsing.
This brick wall in Santa Monica has passed the time test with flying colors. Or in this case, black and white tones.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.