This statue of an angel overlooks the expansive lawns and gardens of the Powerscourt Estates.  I ventured throughout the estates with its lakes and towers and, perhaps more memorable was a jaunt that I took through a gated-off graveyard.  I took a lot of pictures, but none of them quite came out as I had hoped they would.

This part of the gardens was particularly magnificient because the lawn was courted by a number of angelic statues and reproductions of famous ones, such as the Laocoon and His Sons statue (the real one of which I would see later on in Rome).