Nearmap releases ‘Landscapism’ for World Meditation Day

By on 21 May, 2020

Aerial imagery gurus Nearmap have developed a stunning ‘guided meditation’ of aerial natural imagery from the company’s vast capture archive.

Launched for World Meditation Day today, the seven minute video is a collaboration with positive psychology practitioner Alison Earl for ‘Mindful May’ — an initiative to promote self care in challenging times.

Treat yourself and experience the gorgeous video of aerial captures of Australian landscapes below, and see more resources from Nearmap at their Mindful May blog post.

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