Most of the time, with phones or instant-shoot digital cameras, when you take a photo in low light with no flash, the camera takes a quick series of shots that it knits together into one image. I hate to say it, but after looking closely at all your pictures, I think what you caught on film are flying insects. Because the insects are flyling/not stationary, it looks like multiple orbs that overlap. The dark spot that you see as an 'eye' is probably actually the center of the bug, the 'orb' is the light reflecting off the wing. The human mind tries to make sense of what it sees, which is why we tend to see faces in shadows or bunnies in clouds, and why the Rorschach inkblot test can be a good gauge of a person's personality and mental state. What I've experienced with genuine paranormal orbs is that you see them with your naked eye, or at the least can feel them - in temperature changes, electrical stimuli (the air feels charged) or like something has brushed against you. If you didn't see or sense anything at the time you took the pictures, my guess is that it's not paranormal. BUT that's just my guess. I wasn't there! I'll also note that I was on an investigation where three of us were in a room and watched blue orb move slowly around the room for about three minutes. We had four cameras- one with film, three digital, and a motion-trigger IR camera. NONE of the cameras caught anything. Weird as weird can get.