What Is an Infinity Pool?

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An infinity pool refers to a swimming pool that produces a visual effect of water that extends to the horizon, vanishing, or extending to infinity. These pools are common in tourist resorts and villas. This concept originated in France in the early 1600s.
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Infinity-edge pools are meant to be photographed. They are the. ultimate in luxury. taking the concept of a private residential swimming pool to an entirely different level. Done
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Although infinity is larger than any number in existence, it is not a real number. Unlike real numbers in which you add two numbers to produce a larger number such as 2+5 = 7, if
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a number thaT GOES ON AND ON AND ON AND ON AND ON INTO ETERNITY. a number thaT GOES ON AND ON AND ON AND ON AND ON INTO ETERNITY.
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My Personal Definition of Infinity. The space-time between the awakening of desire and its fulfillment is infinity. Infinity is The Source. It is the unknown and the unfathomable;
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An infinity pool is sometimes called a negative edge pool. It is a swimming pool that is created with an illusion of extending all the way to the horizon. The infinite edge of the pool will draw the eye of the observer, so when constructing the pool, it is important to make sure that there is something beautiful beyond it.
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