“Bhundaree Women” was photographed by William Johnson sometime between 1855-1862. This photograph shows 3 Indian women during their daily lives. The two women on the left look younger than the woman on the right. These women have many coconuts with them, in baskets and scattered on the ground. The women are dressed in ragged and plain clothes. They are also sitting on the baskets or standing up and leaning against a tree trunk. From this photo it can be deduced that there women use the coconuts around them either for food, or to make a living, or both. All of the women seem to be poor, as they are dressed in ragged and plain clothes and they aren’t wearing much excess jewelry. After looking at this photograph, I wonder if the women are related, and if they are, how so? I also question why men aren’t in the photograph?