Some weeks on ‘Li360’ we end up with something akin to a theme for the week, although with this last week the only theme we’ve had is that there simply hasn’t been one. From Wrestlemania on Monday to flying over Yosemite on Wednesday, we’re doing all sorts of things. We’re not even staying in America for today’s video, thus curtailing even that semblance of cohesion, and we’re again doing something different. This time we’re letting the world, and nature, move around us. As opposed to us moving through it.
We’re off to Michoacan in Mexico to a special butterfly reserve where monarch butterflies have arrived following a long migratory journey from Eastern Canada, a trip of up to 3000 miles for some. The video, produced by The New York Times and Samsung and entitled ‘Basking In Butterflies’ shows a number of locations around the biosphere where the butterflies are either resting or dancing about in the sunlight, zipping over your head and around you in a never ending dance.
It’s quite a sight.
VRFocus will be back on Monday of course with another example of 360 degree video.