Welcome to my new Thursday feature: The Story Behind the Photo, which is where I’ll choose one of my photos and tell you the story behind it.

Up this week is a photo I affectionately call “Bottom’s Up.”

My daughter was playing on the stairs in our backyard and at one point I saw her bending over. I thought she was just bending over to look at something on the step but then I realized I could see her eyeball through her legs and she was watching me and grinning. I knew I had to capture the moment and that even though others might not be able to see her eyes peeking through, I could, and I would be able to remember her personality beginning to develop even more.











Written by Lisa R. Howeler

As a writer, photographer and former journalist, Lisa R. Howeler writes a little bit about everything on her blog Boondock Ramblings. She's a wife and a mother and enjoys a good John Wayne movie and a cozy Jan Karon book. She's also a freelance writer and photographer who is a contributor to various stock agencies, including Lightstock and Alamy. Her photography work focuses on documentary and photojournalism.