Well, if not paradise, maybe Webster (Where Life is Worth Living).
There is a small marina on Irondequoit Bay that can be seen from a small public park by the roadside. Looks like some expensive floating hardware to me.
Further proof I’m not good at naming photos.
“I have found that all ugly things are made by those who strive to make something beautiful and that all beautiful things are made by those who strive to make something useful.” – Oscar Wilde
This is Irondequoit Bay in Monroe County, NY. The center of the bay acts as the eastern border for the town of Irondequoit and the western border of the towns of Penfield and Webster (Where Life is Worth Living). This photo shows the Bay from the Penfield side. Noteworthy is that this year marks the 12,000th birthday of the Bay (plus or minus 1000 years).
The Bay is home to non-migrating swans and fishermen (although some fishermen may, at times, migrate).