Weeki Wachee Springs (aka Lady in the Water) is one of the most famous black and white photographs of the 20th century. This photograph captures an effortlessly elegant model floating in the warm waters at Weeki Wachee Springs, Florida. Tony Frissell captured this image in 1947 and it was published in Harper's Bazaar later that year.
Toni Frissell's Weeki Wachee Springs is the epitome of style and grace. Eerie and beautiful. The model being fully clothed, in black and white, makes Toni Frissell's Weeki Wachee Springs one of the most fascinating black and white photographs of the last century. Toni Frissell is one of the most recognized photographers and famous for her timeless black and white photographers. She gained fame with her famous underwater photographs and her fashion photography for fashion magazines Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. Weeki Wachee Springs (1947) is unquestionably the most significant photograph byToni Frissell. Breathtakingly beautiful.