08_Kaiholena65c.jpg Small enclosure with an interior divisionThumbnailsThe intact corner of a large coastal structureSmall enclosure with an interior divisionThumbnailsThe intact corner of a large coastal structureSmall enclosure with an interior divisionThumbnailsThe intact corner of a large coastal structureSmall enclosure with an interior divisionThumbnailsThe intact corner of a large coastal structureSmall enclosure with an interior divisionThumbnailsThe intact corner of a large coastal structure

Note the large pōhaku set upright, forming the wall on one side. This is sometimes referred to as the "Tahitian style" of wall construction. On Oʻahu it can be seen in some sites on the ʻEwa plain.