In this photograph we see a dirt road that is on the right. It curves to the left in the middle of the image. On the left of road, a field takes up about a quarter of the bottom of the photo. In the background on the right is a line of trees from the right side of the photo, to the middle of the photo. On the left in the background is a small cluster of bare trees. To the left of these trees we see the very beginning of a wooden fence. Beyond the trees we can see Lake Champlain. On the other side of the Lake we can see the outline of mountains, and another very faints outline of mountains behind the first set of mountains.
In the older photograph we see the tops of bushes at the bottom of the photo. These are not there in the new photo. Then we see a field, which is only partly there in the new photo. Instead the new photo contains a dirt road. In the background we see a tree line that we see in the new photo. Then in the background on the left we see part of Lake Champlain. Then there are a few bare trees, like that in the new photo. However, we can see much more detail in the new photo because it a closer photo.