Thursday, December 9, 2010


12.09.10, originally uploaded by colemama.

There's really nothing like a comfortable pair of jeans...whether stone-washed or regular indigo, designed for laborers or models, recently purchased or well-worn. The amazing versatility of such a fabric is quite unique and much appreciated!

Some institutions try to replicate those denim characteristics - trying to meet everyone's needs, trying to satisfy all. Most of the time they are unsuccessful, as there are too many competing and conflicting goals, unless they compromise on quality. At some point, we really do need to determine the mission, beliefs and values of our organizations...and then mark our decisions against that vision. Naples, FL


  1. Do you mean that sometimes it is pertinent to abandon the own mission, beliefs and values? Could you explain me this in more details. It is an interesting topic to discuss.

    Nef Espinosa

  2. I love the perspective in this photo! Great composition!

  3. I find it interesting that something that was created for hard and often dirty work has now become a designer item. I guess that shows that change is constant and adaptability is so important.