The opposite of a bird’s-eye view is a cat’s-eye view.
note: birds of a feather flock together; featherless birds must flock alone.
double note: 2 year olds have a bird’s-eye view of everything … it’s just that it is a penguin’s.
Today I taught a few students the “cracking the nose” trick; they were so impressed I bet they couldn’t wait to go to school tomorrow and amaze their friends.
(cracking the nose trick: cover your mouth and nose with your hands and pretend to twist your nose with your fingers while clicking a thumbnail on the back of a front tooth) … just in case you’ve forgotten.
today note: it doesn’t sound so exciting when I explain it. I’m no Penn and Teller.