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Rafts Collection

Rafts have been an integral part of human history, serving as vessels for exploration, transportation, and even survival

Background imageRafts Collection: Hannibal crossing the Rhone River

Hannibal crossing the Rhone River
SECOND PUNIC WAR: Hannibal, the Carthaginian leader, crossing the Rhone River, probably near Aurasio in present-day France

Background imageRafts Collection: An Exploring Party on the West Coast of New Zealand: floating down the River Teramakau, 1865

An Exploring Party on the West Coast of New Zealand: floating down the River Teramakau, 1865. Creator: Unknown
An Exploring Party on the West Coast of New Zealand: floating down the River Teramakau, 1865. Engraving from a sketch by Albert Walker

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on the Water

Life on the Water
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on the Water

Life on the Water
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: British troops being ferried across a river in Burma on rafts, 1850

British troops being ferried across a river in Burma on rafts, 1850
3330788 British troops being ferried across a river in Burma on rafts, 1850; (add.info.: Illustration depicting British troops being ferried across a river in Burma on rafts)

Background imageRafts Collection: Engraving depicting Canadian loggers forming timber into rafts ready to be floated down the river

Engraving depicting Canadian loggers forming timber into rafts ready to be floated down the river, 19th century
5308886 Engraving depicting Canadian loggers forming timber into rafts ready to be floated down the river, 19th century; (add.info)

Background imageRafts Collection: In The Mist

In The Mist
Irene Wu

Background imageRafts Collection: Lotus formation

Lotus formation
Prijasambada

Background imageRafts Collection: Boat Triangle

Boat Triangle
Sujon Adikary

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on Water

Life on Water
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Fishing together

Fishing together
Sikder Mesbahuddin Ahmed

Background imageRafts Collection: Water Village Life

Water Village Life
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Situ Patenggang

Situ Patenggang
Yohan Tan

Background imageRafts Collection: Zanzibar dhow

Zanzibar dhow
Jeffrey C. Sink

Background imageRafts Collection: Boatmen &the boats

Boatmen &the boats
jannatferdousbd

Background imageRafts Collection: Floating market

Floating market
Syafiq Huwaida

Background imageRafts Collection: The old way and the sea

The old way and the sea
Ekkachai Khemkum

Background imageRafts Collection: No.78

No.78
ADIREK M

Background imageRafts Collection: Selling Harvest

Selling Harvest
Erwin Astro

Background imageRafts Collection: 'Wallachian Rafts, Lower Danube' after Frank Brangwyn, 1891. Creator: Frank Brangwyn

"Wallachian Rafts, Lower Danube" after Frank Brangwyn, 1891. Creator: Frank Brangwyn
"Wallachian Rafts, Lower Danube" after Frank Brangwyn, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imageRafts Collection: China, Hunan province, Fenghuang, traditional bamboo rafts and riverside houses reflecting

China, Hunan province, Fenghuang, traditional bamboo rafts and riverside houses reflecting in the river by night

Background imageRafts Collection: calmness

calmness
Damijan Sedevcic

Background imageRafts Collection: High street racing

High street racing
Karsten Wrobel

Background imageRafts Collection: Journey of Life

Journey of Life
Angela Muliani Hartojo

Background imageRafts Collection: Fishermen

Fishermen
Mihaela Nastase

Background imageRafts Collection: In The Mist

In The Mist
Irene Wu

Background imageRafts Collection: Outrigger

Outrigger
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Children enjoying their summer holidays by taking part in a raft race organised by Fort

Children enjoying their summer holidays by taking part in a raft race organised by Fort George Volunteer Scheme. 17th August 1982

Background imageRafts Collection: Man using pole to propel bamboo raft on Lijang / Li River, Karst peaks beyond. At dawn

Man using pole to propel bamboo raft on Lijang / Li River, Karst peaks beyond. At dawn, Lijiang River Scenic Zone, Yangshuo county, Guangxi, China

Background imageRafts Collection: Indonesia - Java - Jakarta - Molenvliet Canal

Indonesia - Java - Jakarta - Molenvliet Canal
The Molenvliet canal that divides Jalan Gajah Mada and Jalan Hayam Wuruk originally made by Chinese Captain Phoa Beng Gam atau Phoa Bing Gam, second Chinese Captain after Souw Beng Kon

Background imageRafts Collection: Guilin, Guangxi, China karst mountains

Guilin, Guangxi, China karst mountains

Background imageRafts Collection: Ink location

Ink location
Zhou Chengzhou

Background imageRafts Collection: Flower of boats

Flower of boats
Azim Khan Ronnie

Background imageRafts Collection: Passenger boats

Passenger boats
Azim Khan Ronnie

Background imageRafts Collection: Crossing algae river

Crossing algae river
Muhammad Amdad Hossain

Background imageRafts Collection: Cross the algae river

Cross the algae river
Muhammad Amdad Hossain

Background imageRafts Collection: Cross the algae river

Cross the algae river
Muhammad Amdad Hossain

Background imageRafts Collection: Fishing for compliments

Fishing for compliments
Maarten Léon

Background imageRafts Collection: Morning Expedition

Morning Expedition
Michael Zheng

Background imageRafts Collection: The World of Sea Gypsy

The World of Sea Gypsy
Muslianshah Masrie

Background imageRafts Collection: green river

green river
Dao Tan Phat

Background imageRafts Collection: The struggle in the rain

The struggle in the rain
Md. Arifuzzaman

Background imageRafts Collection: The Meuse at Poilvache, 1873 (oil on canvas)

The Meuse at Poilvache, 1873 (oil on canvas)
471214 The Meuse at Poilvache, 1873 (oil on canvas) by Marinus, Ferdinand Joseph Bernard (1808-90); 119x198 cm; Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp, Belgium; © Art in Flanders

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on Water

Life on Water
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on the Water

Life on the Water
Kieron Long

Background imageRafts Collection: Fishing 2

Fishing 2
Amnon Eichelberg

Background imageRafts Collection: The arrival of Francisco Pizarro with 180 men and three ships at Tumbes, 1726 (engraving)

The arrival of Francisco Pizarro with 180 men and three ships at Tumbes, 1726 (engraving)
IND388221 The arrival of Francisco Pizarro with 180 men and three ships at Tumbes, 1726 (engraving) by Spanish School, (18th century); Biblioteca Universidad, Barcelona

Background imageRafts Collection: Life on the Water

Life on the Water
Kieron Long



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Rafts have been an integral part of human history, serving as vessels for exploration, transportation, and even survival. Just like Hannibal crossing the Rhone River on his daring expedition, they have enabled mankind to conquer vast water bodies and embark on incredible journeys. As the sun rises over a tranquil morning expedition, rafts become gateways to uncharted territories. They open up the world of sea gypsies who roam freely across endless waves, embracing the journey of life with every paddle stroke. Fishing for compliments becomes effortless when you're aboard a raft. The struggle in the rain is forgotten as you cast your line into bountiful waters, reaping nature's rewards while finding solace in its embrace. Intriguingly shaped like a boat triangle or delicate flower petals intertwined harmoniously, rafts transform into passenger boats that connect communities living amidst water village life. These floating havens foster unity and provide essential lifelines between people separated by rivers and lakes. Crossing algae river poses challenges that only sturdy they are overcome. With determination etched on their faces, individuals push forward against nature's obstacles to reach their destination - a testament to human resilience and adaptability. The journey continues as we cross the algae river; each step taken brings us closer to new horizons waiting to be discovered. Rafts serve not only as means of transport but also catalysts for personal growth and self-discovery. So let us celebrate these humble yet remarkable vessels – our trusted companions through time immemorial. From Hannibal's audacious feat to modern-day adventures on serene mornings or stormy afternoons – they can more than just wooden planks tied together; they symbolize our indomitable spirit in conquering both land and sea alike.