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I thought I would round up a few of my favourite pools that we have featured in House & Home over the years.

Photo: Swimming Pools

I love when there is a swimming pool in the most unexpected spot, or when they blend right in with the landscape.

Photo: Swimming Pools

Photo: Swimming Pools with chairs

I often think about one in particular that I shot with photographer Michael Graydon back in April 2009, the home of Richard & Rana Florida (above). It was perfectly proportioned to the space, complete with an infinity edge and a fantastic pool house (which used to be a garage).

Here are my runners-up:

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Photo: Favourite Swimming Pools

Find more envy-inducing pools in our 25+ Perfect Pools photo gallery and in our Inspiring Backyards photo gallery.

Photo credits:
1. House & Home September 2008 issue, photography by Kim Christie
2-3. House & Home April 2009 issue, photography by Michael Graydon
4. House & Home April 2009 issue, photography by Virginia Macdonald
5. House & Home September 2008 issue, photography by Kim Christie
6. House & Home May 2010 issue, photography by Ted Yarwood
7. House & Home August 2007 issue, photography by Angus McRitchie
8. House & Home April 2009 issue, photography by Donna Griffith
9. House & Home April 2007 issue, photography by James Tse
10. House & Home March 2008 issue, photography by Stacey Brandford
11. House & Home July 2007 issue, photography by Stacey Brandford
12. House & Home June 2008 issue, photography by Ted Yarwood
13. House & Home April 2007 issue, photography by Ted Yarwood

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