Hello, I have a quick question relating to Lambert's cosine law for diffuse reflection. My understanding of the law is that given an isotropically illuminated surface, the reflection distribution goes with the cosine of the zenith angle. Now my question is whether or not that law holds for a single ray. That is, suppose a ray hits a surface at an arbitrary incident angle. Is the probability distribution for the direction of reflection lambert's law as well? Or does the law only hold on average for a large number of incident rays in random directions? Thanks!