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Three Recent Pool/Spa Shoots
Summer is here and with it comes luxury pool and spa photo shoots. I've completed three in the last 10 days.
The first photo is a Stone Mason spa installed a year ago. In conjunction with this spa, a patio enclosure was built with plants and vines meant to grow and provide cover. Obviously, there were no vines a year ago when the spa was first installed. Shooting this installation last week the story was considerably different, the patio was covered with vines. The effect was very cool.
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Joe really knows how to build a waterfall. Done with natural rock, it's very natural. Here is a waterfall built by Stone Mason at Trinity Pines. Trinity Pines is a resort in central Texas.
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This is an example of how you can work color into a spa/pool setting using with color tiles (1st photo) and fiber optic lighting (2 photo). These two images are of the same luxury pool and spa: Cordie's pool and spa, built by Stone Mason.
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