“Mehman Women” is part of William Johnson’s collection of Photographs of Western India. It was taken between 1855 and 1862 and it pictures four women whom seem to be of different ages. Th The one on the far right is also the youngest. They were positioned in a specific manner with two of them standing up and the other two sitting down. They are wearing a lot of fabric which has lot of patterns. The only one who has solid color clothing is the youngest. They are also wearing a lot of jewelry. One of them is barefoot while the others have shoes. They seem to be in front of landscape with a lot of trees. They have distinct facial expressions. I can deduce and wonder about their expressions. The one on the far left seems to be bored. The one next her seems to be angry. The next one seems to be disappointed and the last one seems to be disappointed or mad. I wonder if they have those facial expressions due to an event they witnessed or it’s just how they feel at the moment. I wonder if they are related. I might be three generations of a family. Due to the elaborate clothing, I wonder if they are from the upper class. I wonder why the youngest has a plain non-pattern outfit. In addition, I wonder if this is a portrait or what was the purpose for it. I can assume it is a portrait because the emphasis is on them while the rest of the picture is very blurry.