A hanging candlestick. The square metal is twisted, had a undulating loop at the top to hang from and forms a swoop to hold the candle underneath.

Forging a few candlesticks.

A hanging candlestick. The square metal is twisted, had a undulating loop at the top to hang from and forms a swoop to hold the candle underneath.I wanted a small candlestick that hung, from an overhead hook and would support a simple tealight. Took a bit of fussy to get balance between the swoop and the weight of the tealight so everything stays upright.

A blue quirky spiral, almost spring-like holds a small candle.

I had a moment of whimsy, and some extra stock, so I made this little blue spring candle holder.

A thin piece of metal supports a large candle.

Then I took it a step further, I love how the metal here is so thin and the candle is honking, huge on top. This stands about 8 inches tall.

Researching ways to improve scientist’s access to data. Programming software to solve humanity’s problems. Disseminating emergency preparedness knowledge. Sharing knowledge about science. Practicing amateur radio. Serving humanity through volunteer efforts. Drives a robot to work.
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