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Looking back on 2013 there were many impressive Joe DiPaulo installations. In particular, two come to mind. The first was a massive installation in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This installation was built to compliment a large home set on acreage adjacent to a lake. Several photos of this installation, and a link to more photos, are shown below. The installation was feature rich; it included a large pool, a lagoon, two caves connecting the pool to the lagoon, numerous water falls, various entry points through a system of caves, a garden spa, extensive custom stone work surrounding the installation and plenty of underwater fiber optic lighting that cycled through various colors. This work by Joe was amazing. I spent several days photographing it.
My second favorite by Joe was a pool & spa north west of Houston. The installation was nicely integrated to the home and included a pool, spa, falls, a fire tower and fiber optic underwater lighting that cycled through colors of blue, green, yellow, red and violet. One of the standou features was a very dramatic fire pit. Three photos of this installation, and a link to more photos, are shown below.
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