Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Swimming Green

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You probably look at this pool and think 'What a pity it isn't blue!'
Pools have been aqua so very long  that this green looks rather new.
We associate green with 'stagnant', but that's the wrong idea.
And not everything is laudable about pools that are blue and clear.
Swimming pools always relied on chemicals, yes, chlorine,
But this pool's very different, hence its leaf-like green.
Scan the diagram below and you will quickly see
That this type of pool is Earth-Friendly, as all swimming-pools should be.
How much more pleasure you'll gain from a dip in a pool like this.
Knowing you're helping the poor old Earth as well as enjoying BLISS!


A naturally green pool here:



siromade08 said...

Green looks great, a little different than the usual pool we see. Think green and think clean.

Happy watery wednesday.

eileeninmd said...

Neat idea to have a naturally green pool. It is always nice to help mother nature.

lakeviewer said...

What a great idea! It looks easy to build too.

The Lucy and Dick Show said...

The green would be more calming as well. I'm glad to have alternatives to harsh chemicals!

EG Wow said...

This is the first green pool I have seen and I an impressed that someone has come up with a better idea than chlorine,

Greyscale Territory said...

This looks like a great idea! I would much prefer a chemical free environment! Great post!

Laura Hegfield said...

beautiful :)

Ms. Bake-it said...

How fascinating! I like that it is earth friendly. From the drawing, it appears similar to how a pond is created.

~ Tracy

STEF said...

Quite interesting isn't it?

hobbyentusiast said...

Look like the persons in the water enjoying their time:)

Sheila @ A Postcard a Day said...

I've noticed these pools gaining in popularity here. My boss was determined to have one but when it came down to price, it was unfortunately hugely expensive.