I am sure you do. Anybody who has had to sit through a class and recreate diagrams of the various stages of the flow of a river will completely relate to this.
I was on a flight to Singapore and was looking out the window. It was just past dawn where we were flying and the people below must have preparing themselves for a bright blue sky with swathes of white clouds. There I was staring at this river which was peeking out from between the clouds (or was it the river that was contemplating the aircraft between the clouds) when suddenly I remarked the meanderings of the river.
Loops upon loops and twists upon twists- the entire river seemed to be a never ending loop. This quite reminded me of the diagrams we used to draw in class tracing the formation of ox bow lakes. I wonder which one of these grand loops would be the next to get cut off?
(If you need to do a refresher on oxbow lakes- go here)
I don’t know the name of this river- I don’t even know which country it flows in. I wonder what the locals call it and whether they realise how snaky it is.