Thursday, July 14, 2011
Anaeho’omalu Beach is a narrow strip of palm tree-covered land on the leeward side of the Big Island that sits between the ocean and what used to be a fish pond. Before the 2011 Japanese earthquake, photogs arrived here hoping to capture a perfect reflection off the (hopefully) still water of the pond. This all changed when the tsunami generated by the earthquake took out part of the beach, creating a passage between the fish pond and the ocean that insures the water is never still. Nevertheless, it is a beautiful spot to enjoy a sunset.
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