Mahalo to Travis McClure for sharing this amazing scene of Holei Sea Arch with us for Aloha Friday Photos.
Travis took this photo in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii’s Big Island. You can find this sea arch at the bottom of Chain of Craters Drive. There’s a short pathway leads to this view.
If you’re in the area, perhaps you should try to make it a priority to see this site. Per the national park’s website:
At present, the sea arch is about 90 ft. (27.4 meters) high. The creation of this sea arch was within the last 100 years.This beautiful formation has a limited life span. The sea arch will eventually crumble and will no longer be a feature of the park.
Happy Aloha Friday!