Just came in from The Dog's nightly patrol. It's been drizzling since late afternoon. I wondered what kind of picture you might get if you pointed a light--in this case, an LED headlight--up into the rain with the shutter open for 10 seconds. This is the answer. The orange hue suffusing everything is from the city lights; the blueish filaments are the drizzle coming down. I once saw a monster "flashlight" in a Restoration Hardware catalogue; it was actually a portable, battery-powered spotlight that you could probably use in an operating theater (although I think it could run on maximum power for only 20 minutes or so). I've fantasized about having one of those lights as an attention-getter. To light up some driver blowing through a stop sign at night, say. But I'd like to try the drizzle experiment with one, too.