For decades high end hotels and apartments have had infinity pools, but an apartment complex in London now has what you could call a "you've got to be kidding me" pool.
Suspended 35m in the air, the Sky Pool is the world's first so-called floating pool and is open only to residents of the exclusive apartment block and their guests.
Diving in could feel like you're jumping off a building with nothing but glass and water separating you from the ground far below.
The pool and its inhabitants caught the eye of news choppers over London on Tuesday (local time) when temperatures began to reach the mid to high 20s and lockdown restrictions slowly begin to ease.
Despite the heat, some Twitter users said the idea of a floating pool didn't wash with them.
"It's not even 6am and I already have tonight's nightmare all set up!" Jessica Levinson said.
"This is a whole lotta nope," said another.
Passers-by also pointed out the awkward view you get when walking underneath the pool and look up.
Located in the Embassy Gardens, the pool is on the 10th storey and holds 400 tonnes of water.
The luxury buildings are located on the south side of the river near The Oval cricket ground.