worms-eye view

worm's′-eye` view′

a perspective seen from below or from a low or inferior position.
[1910–15; on the model of bird's-eye view]
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Worms-eye view of the runners in a 1m2f maiden at the scenic south-coast racecourse
Murrow won acclaim for his vivid accounts of World War II and the Korean War, and Ernie Pyle's "worms-eye view" of combat set the standard for his era, Master Sergeant "P" and his team led the charge in frontline reporting in this 21st Century global war.