12_3 KūʻulaKai3.jpg Hakioawa - Pōhaku near kūʻula kai, fishing shrine, 2012ThumbnailsPuʻu Moiwi adz quarry, 1994Hakioawa - Pōhaku near kūʻula kai, fishing shrine, 2012ThumbnailsPuʻu Moiwi adz quarry, 1994Hakioawa - Pōhaku near kūʻula kai, fishing shrine, 2012ThumbnailsPuʻu Moiwi adz quarry, 1994Hakioawa - Pōhaku near kūʻula kai, fishing shrine, 2012ThumbnailsPuʻu Moiwi adz quarry, 1994Hakioawa - Pōhaku near kūʻula kai, fishing shrine, 2012ThumbnailsPuʻu Moiwi adz quarry, 1994
The naulu rain clouds approach from Haleakalā. Because the island sits in the leeward rain shadow of Haleakalā, the naulu rain has a great deal of cultural significance on Kahoʻolawe.