In this picture we see a view of South (Callahan) Park. This area typically is a part of the baseball diamond; however, it is currently under renovation. The entire grass field has been torn up and replaced by mud and dirt. We can see several stagnant puddles, tire tracks, sticks and twigs, and wooden posts throughout the field. In the upper right corner there is a small grassy hill that slopes up from the dirt field. In the background of the photo we can see a street, with several cars on it, sloping up toward the right side of the image. There are several houses visible on the other side of the street. As the season is spring, the deciduous trees are only just beginning to bud. In the far end of the right side of the field, there is a wooden pole supporting lights for nighttime games. Compared to the older photograph, we can see that the field has no football goals, nor is there a visible baseball diamond, or any sidelines for that matter. It seems that some of the trees have grown taller. The light post with the field lights is present in both the original photo as well as the newer one.