If you live in America and have a Netflix account, you’ll be able to check out a Nature documentary called “Ireland’s Wild River.” It follows the narrator, Colin Stafford-Johnson, as he shares the beautiful Shannon River. I watched this recently on a lazy evening while my little one napped in my arms. The visuals are stunning and immersive. I caught myself wistfully sighing more than once as I imagined myself there. Many of the documentaries I watch about Celtic lands, particularly Ireland, are concerned with history. This program was dedicated to the plants and animals that live in and around the Shannon’s meandering waters. While we modern folk learning about Druidism in America must explore our own local flora and fauna, it is also important that we understand the land that our ancestors came from. We may find helpful similarities between our lands and the Nature Spirits that live here which may further inform our understanding of lore, art, holiday observations, and other folkways. Don’t expect a lot of depth, and especially don’t look for much discussion on the old magical beliefs of Ireland, though. However, it could be just what you need to inspire a new prayer for the Nature Spirits. If you need to relax and have 52 minutes to lounge, why not indulge in some beautiful imagery of Ireland’s lush Shannon River?