This is NASHVILLE (CL-43) in March of 1945, after the conclusion of a refit at the Puget Sound Navy Yard. NASHVILLE returned to the US west coast after sustaining kamikaze damage off the Philippines in December of 1944.
NASHVILLE is camouflaged in Measure 21, though using the later flat grey paints that replaced the blue-grey based paints used earlier on in the war. This refit added Mark 8 Mod.3 "FH" ranging radar on the main battery Mark 34 directors, and Mark 25 radar on the Mark 33 dual-purpose 5" gun directors. The amidships searchlight tower has been cut down and replaced with a small deckhouse mounting a Mark 51 director for 40mm gunfire control. The two 36" searchlights have been relocated to small platforms abaft the second funnel. All single 20mm Oerlikons have been replaced with twins, which allowed for weight savings and consolidation of mounts. The stern 20mm galleries have been expanded to fit twin 40mm Bofors, and the amidships 40mm quad Bofors mount has been fitted with the Mark 28 radar antenna (part of the Mark 63 gunfire control system).
This is HONOLULU (CL-48) in November of 1943, after a refit period at the Mare Island Navy Yard following massive damage at the Battle of Kolombangara. The ship is camouflaged in Measure 32/2C, a pattern developed for the NEW ORLEANS class cruisers but adapted to the BROOKLYN class.
HONOLULU's fit at this time is nearly identical to her sister NASHVILLE; the main difference is the heavier mainmast, designed to support a second radar antenna (likely a height finder), but this radar antenna was not fitted until HONOLULU's final refit in 1945.
HONOLULU would survive the war, ultimately being sold for scrap in 1959.