Without fail, each time I go to look for the same file in my computer, I see the intersection beside my son's preschool.
When I start a basic multiplication question in my head, I see the gymnasium at my old school. The image sits there patiently in my mind's eye as I (slowly) work out 12 x 12.
When I try to remember which vaccine my kid needs next, I see the lush green soccer field, then I see it.
When I think about my password for one of my accounts, I see the same mailbox, jutting out of gravel.
How does visual thinking work for you?
Sam and Friends: Visual thinking
(Jim and Jane Henson, early 1960s)