The church in this photo is in Bombay and has a different tone than that of the Mexican Cathedral photo. The tone in this is less dominating because the size of the church is smaller and there is no crowd that is being obscured by the colossal size. What is seen in this photo is one white man seemingly commanding three Indian men with yolks. A horse and buggy can also be seen right in front of the church. There are hardly any other people in the photograph, which leads one to believe the church is the focus. One can deduce from this photo that this is an agricultural area or just outside a city and has a white presence. Because the photograph is being taken of the church one can deduce that the photographer’s main focus was to capture the beauty of the design, but the fact that the white man commanding the three Indians is directly in front seems more purposeful than accidental, especially because they are standing still. The questions this photo leaves me with are: is the photo staged to send a political message about the presence of Christian whites in India? Is this a white neighborhood, the lack of people around it matches the low populations of whites in India at the time? If it is were they using Indians as slaves? Or could this be a statement on the failure of Christianity in regards to converting the native population?