When put under pressure a circle deforms into an ellipse, also known as a conic or a second order curve. An elliptical shape bears something magical within; maybe it is a sense of dynamism or some kind of adrenaline and excitement. The manner in which this could be defined is the following: in theory, an ellipse bears its own significance in terms of disobeying the rules.
An ellipse does not antagonize. It has its own direction and it moves outside the rules. Here, perhaps, lies the attraction between my inner nature and the elliptical shape.
From a geophysical perspective craters can be distinguished between volcanic craters and impact craters. “In the broadest sense, the term impact crater can be applied to any depression, natural or man induced, that is a result of a high speed collision between a smaller and a larger body” (source Wikipedia).
An Impact crater is the result of a structural part of other planets’ or meteorites’ impact with the surface of the Earth. Collisions or clashes of one matter form the shape of the other. Their appearance marks the process of creation from the beginning till the disappearance. They symbolize the transience of the cycle of appearance.
In a metaphysical context, craters imprint time within time, space within space and energy within energy. Since meteorites transfer particles of potential life, they play a significant role in the formation of life in any kind of space.