1. Snowday. It is a hard sunlight smearing off the snow, giving the white fields an odd and scorched look.
2. Astronomy. The raw light of a blue star. The cooked light of a red giant.
3. Starburst. You're walking on a wet beach, the bald brown sand that the withdrawing tide has planed. A circle of dryness spreads, fringed with coronal threads, under the pressure of each of your planted footprints, and dies back when your foot leaves the ground.