As the sun emerged and selectively lit up the water, I took this shot.
I understand that locals call this shaft of light a “moonshine” but after undertaking a bit of research I believe they are more commonly known as a fog bow. They are also called white rainbows. They are similar to rainbows and can form 360-degree circles or half-moon shapes. I have not witnessed this phenomenon before but apparently, they are quite common on the Island.