The photo, “Lowana Women”, was taken by photographer William Johnson around 1855-1862 in Western India. The three women in the photo seem to be wearing very plain, traditional Indian outfits. The women are not in the middle of a bustling city with ornate clothing, which means the women are probably lower class or lower middle-class. The women are leaning on a fence and sitting after a tiring and intensive day of physical labor. Because of the darkness of their skin, it appears that they probably work in the sun day after day, and therefore probably work in the fields. Although it is not clear what sort of labor they were participating in, the severe glares towards the camera does indicate that they were not enjoying their work. Whether the women had been doing labor for another family and their own family, it is clear that they are upset with their duties as lower class Indian women.