In the foreground of this photo, we see a grassy ground intermixed with small patches of sand. Past the grass is the sandy shore of North Beach, on Lake Champlain. Along the shore there are several coniferous and deciduous trees visible. Being early spring, the deciduous trees have not yet begun to grow leaves. In the center of the photo there is a small permanent public barbecue standing next to a garbage can. To the right of these objects is a picnic table with several people seated. To the right of the picnic table is a beach house structure that is opened for use during the summer. On the far shore we see a tree-lined peninsula (Lone Rock Point) that contains a mix of deciduous and coniferous trees. Compared to the older photograph of the area, it seems that some of the original trees are no longer standing. Several of the ones that still are standing, donít seem to be as healthy as they once were. Additionally, the original beech house structure has been replaced by a newer structure.