I guess it relates to the great and empty space before you, the absence of other people. It's very beautiful - but what does that mean?
It brings on that mental state of being right in the present, of being in unity with... It all. A state that can't be willed; it's there all the time. The sea, the breeze, the grasses and wild-flowers, the space and distance - they absorb the stuff that usually gets between It and me.
(A mobile phone video is a pretty feeble reminder, but it's better than nothing. And in human terms, nothing is what happens in this little clip, which is rather the point.)