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Dice Dice Dice :woohoo:

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Image size
2911x2911px 1.65 MB
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed
1/200 second
Focal Length
102 mm
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Date Taken
Aug 28, 2010, 7:04:29 PM
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:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Overall
:star::star::star::star::star: Vision
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:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Technique
:star::star::star::star-half::star-empty: Impact

Excellent photo.. would make a great book cover. It has meaning.. dice have so many connotations.. luck, fortune,, etc.. a very old symbol, and something which intrigues most people. Its also nice and clear, quite beautiful , the simplicity.. and so well done <img src="e.deviantart.net/emoticons/s/s…" width="15" height="15" alt=":-)" title=":-) (Smile)"/>From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search
For other uses, see either Die or Dice (disambiguation).

Two standard six-sided pipped dice with rounded corners.A die (plural dice, from Old French dé, from Latin datum "something given or played"[1]) is a small polyhedral object, usually cubic, used for generating random numbers or other symbols. This makes dice suitable as gambling devices, especially for craps or sic bo, or for use in non-gambling tabletop games.

A traditional die is a cube (often with corners slightly rounded), marked on each of its six faces with a different number of circular patches or pits called pips. All of these pips have the same appearance within a set of dice, and are sized for ease of recognizing the pattern formed by the pips on a face. The design as a whole is aimed at each die providing one randomly determined integer, in the range from one to six, with each of those values being equally likely.

"More generally, a variety of analogous devices are often described as dice, though the word "dice" used without qualifiers refers to traditional dice by default. Such specialized dice may have cubical or other polyhedral shapes, with faces marked with various collections of symbols, and be used to produce other random results than one through six