On wet grass, we can see a white glow around our head, if we are lucky. This is the heiligenschein or holy light. Its appearance is very similar to that of the opposition effect, but the heiligenschein forms by another mechanism. Spherical dewdrops on the grass work like tiny lenses, focusing light on the surface of the leaves. From there it is scattered back through the drop. The heiligenschein always appears in the antisolar point, so if the point of view changes and we hold the camera out, away from our head, the heiligenschein seems to move with it.
Sometimes "family members" can help in the formation of the white glow :)