Displays

The Lens Artists this week ask us to share images of displays. The first fits with the season: it’s a small part of the collection of Christmas trees I set out on my mantle at this time every year. I love their bright colors and the huge variety of materials they are made of.

A dozen Christmas trees in different materials, colors, and sizes against a tan brick wall.The second couldn’t be more different, except that it also contains many different colors. I wanted to get a 20-sided die to give to a gaming friend of mine as a thank-you for a small favor she did, and spent some time ogling the huge variety of polyhedral dice available at my local gaming store. Each little box contains seven different dice identified by the numbers of sides they have: four, six, eight, ten, and twenty. (There are two with ten sides, one marked 1-2-3-etc. and one 10-20-30-etc. You roll them both when you need a percentage.) All those who love tabletop role-playing games (Dungeons and Dragons and its many descendants) also love dice. Aren’t these lovely?

A store display with many dozens of sets of polyhderal dice, suitable for role-playing gamesPosted in response to Lens-Artists #76: On Display, with thanks to Amy for posting this week’s challenge.


Remember that starting in a few weeks, I will be posting only on my official website: www.celiareaves.com. I hope to see you on my new site!

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