A very special spot in Ireland’s history has been restored to its former glory.
The “Auld Loch” is the setting for a new documentary which has captured the nature of the site in a unique way.
It’s called The Nature Landscape of the Isle of Man.
It follows the footsteps of a group of young people who lived on the island for decades, with the intention of making a documentary about it.
They started their adventure in the 1960s by creating a series of small films, which were published in magazines.
Over the years, they built up a small network of friends, and eventually began to make films and exhibitions.
They would travel to remote locations, and would make up their own documentary.
The group had many goals, including documenting the island’s biodiversity and natural beauty.
They also wanted to document the island as a whole, and document its natural and cultural heritage.
Their efforts led to an astonishing restoration of the natural environment, including restoring a large area of the main island to its original shape.
The film is called The Landscape and is directed by John Ryan, who was born on the Isle, and is now a teacher.
It tells the story of the people who had to come to terms with their own place in history, and their own history.
It’s about the history of the country and its people.
“The Landscape” is a documentary that will give a new perspective on this historic spot on the Irish mainland.
Watch the documentary below, or on the BBC iPlayer.