AMAZING photos show daredevil sun worshippers taking a dip in the world’s first floating sky pool – 115 feet above the ground.
Swimmers with a head for heights waded into the glass-bottomed London pool as temperatures soared.
Architects fitted the pool between two blocks of luxury flats in Nine Elms.
And anyone brave enough to take a swim would have had uninterrupted views to the ground from the 10th floor.
The 82ft pool holds 400 tons of water – and it’s got some of the best views in the capital.
Brits practising their butterfly stroke will be able to see for miles around, with the billion-dollar US Embassy, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye all within sight.
The pool was shipped 5,000 miles from Colorado in the US.
It’s connected to the Embassy Gardens’ Legacy Buildings on either side using technology that allows it to move in high winds.