Want to spend your workdays in the mountains? A BBC visual documentary will help you do just that.
In 2016, the BBC released a six-part documentary called "Planet Earth II," which showed off various landscapes across Earth from the viewpoint of animals.
Now, creators of the BBC series are releasing YouTube videos of the various landscapes featured in the series for your listening and viewing pleasure. The videos — billed as "visual soundscapes" — last about 10 hours and focus on locations also seen in the BBC series.
The newest video, the mountain sounds, offers the opportunity to "fly above the peaks and immerse yourself in the elevated, sky-kissing habitat," according to the video's description.
"Needless to say, it's the perfect antidote to stress and your next work soundtrack," Mashable reported.