- Pōhaku within an enclosure, Waʻahila, 2002
Downhill mountain bikers destroyed the rear / mauka wall of the enclosure in order to construct the ramp, which allowed them to jump over the pōhaku and become airborne.
- Enclosure at Waʻahila, 1998
The intact enclosure at Waʻahila, before the destruction of the low wall in the foreground by downhill mountain bikers. The site is now occupied by the tents of a homeless person.
- Pahuamaui, 2013
The Leahi (Diamond Head) lighthouse occupies the former site of Pahuamaui Heiau. An early photograph of the lighthouse may show sections of the foundations of its platforms.
- Papaʻenaʻena, 2013
Marion Kelly was one of the last to see remnants of Papaʻenaʻena Heiau just before the construction of the tennis courts and townhouses below the former Dillingham mansion, now Hawai’i School for Girls.