While on a ghost tour of the Port Arthur penal colony in Tasmania, Australia, I took this live photo of the church as we were leaving. It was lightly raining, so when the lights showed up in the photo, I assumed it was just the flash lighting up the raindrops. Upon further review on a larger screen, and comparing with other photos, I noticed that in every other shot, including this one, the raindrops are a lot lighter and slimmer. The mist in this shot seems to move upward and is a lot wider than the others. If it is rain, there would be more than one drop at the exact same time and they would be a lot wider than all the other raindrops (which are visible at the same time).