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It’s like The Little Prince, but on earth.

With some ingenuity and resourceful thinking, German photojournalist Jonas Ginter has managed to transform a normal neighborhood bike ride into a marvelous spectacle.

To make the video, Ginter had to use 6 GoPro cameras, all of which were inserted into a custom 3D-printed mount that was then attached to his bike -- detailed methodology is available in this (German) blog post.

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