On the morning of June 16th I noticed smoke coming from the "fishing shack" at Conch's Hole Point as I made my way to Head of Bay to fish. I brought my boat closer to investigate and came upon at least two, if not four, "urban explorers" that had obviously spent the night at the shack. Their canoes were pulled up on shore, and their fire was smoldering. Immediately I began to think of the fishing and hunting camp scenes painted by Winslow Homer, and I realized that what I was witnessing was about as close as one could get in the present day to the type of explorer/trapper that Homer painted. I tried to keep the scene contemporary, and if you look closely you will notice the Verrazano Bridge in the background, as well as distant buildings and possible utility poles from the neighborhood of Arverne on the Rockaway Peninsula.