View of Kaholo Pali : Stock Photo
Lanai, Hawaii; view of Kaholo Pali, second tallest sea cliffs in the Pacific, and Shark Fin Cove, from beach at the archaeological site of Kaunolu, former summer home and fishing palace of King Kamehameha the Great


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View of Kaholo Pali

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Macduff Everton
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Lanai, Hawaii; view of Kaholo Pali, second tallest sea cliffs in the Pacific, and Shark Fin Cove, from beach at the archaeological site of Kaunolu, former summer home and fishing palace of King Kamehameha the Great
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92292562
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