Tim Street-Porter

author & photographer, “Splash: The Art of the Swimming Pool”

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The LA-based architectural photographer Tim Street-Porter has traveled the world for decades and while on assignment would snap pictures of swimming pools.

Dive into the glittering swimming pools of 'Splash'

The LA-based architectural photographer Tim Street-Porter has traveled the world for decades and while on assignment would snap pictures of swimming pools.

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