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Round-up: Stunning photos of cool pools

Can you believe it’s getting close to Labor Day? We’re almost at the end of summer! Yes, we know summer technically doesn’t end until September 21, but post-Labor Day things seem so much more autumnal. To reminisce a bit, here are a few gorgeous pools we love–take a swim somewhere while we still have warm weather!

The glass front on this pool makes it fun for swimmers and spectators alike.

[via Glo]

Here’s another pool with the same idea of offering exposure to the underwater portion.

[via Glo]

Splash around in this pool inside a mountain home! Adding to its mountain cred? All the logs are reclaimed from Yellowstone.

[via MSN Real Estate]

This light-filled pool is surrounded by a bunch of cool things, including an exercise room and wet bar. Plus, it uses saltwater instead of chlorine so it’s gentler on skin and hair.

[via MSN Real Estate]

You’re looking at the deepest pool in the world at 115 feet. It’s actually not in a house, but is used to teach scuba diving.

[via Gizmodo]

If you have a fear of heights, this might not be the best pool for you to swim in. But if you enjoy a bit of light daredevilry, you might like this overhanging pool at the Joule Hotel in Dallas.

[via Gizmodo]

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