A Brief Analysis to the Origin of the Moons Strong Light

It is well known that the moon is a planet, luminescence by reflection of sunlight. The face of the moon toward the sun can reflect the sunlight, while the other side, back the sun, is in the dark.

For the luminescence the surface of the moon is clear. But the moonlight is far less than the brightness of the sun in the day.
The above picture is consistent with that seen by the naked eye. But from the photos we took, such as the following three pictures, the moon is completely different from that seen by the naked eye.

Look at the three pictures, the surface of the moon is not clear but turns into lily white; the moon is showing strong light, and even brighter than the sun. The moonlight is unusual by all appearances! But why? There are at least two questions:

First, What kind of the moon light?
The strong light of moon is invisible to the naked eye, but the photosensitive materials of the digital cameras are sensitive to capture the strong light. So, to conclude this strong light: it is not the visible light, while it is objective and existing.
For the strong light of the moon, it also has a variety of possibilities:
One, it is a single light and has a single of physical parameters: such as only one frequency, one wavelength etc.
Two, it is a kind of complex light and its physical parameters are of multiplicity: such as multiple frequencies, multiple wavelengths, and so on.
Three, or even, it also maybe another special light, and it is different from existing light that people have found, and its photons movement may be in a unique way.
But what kind of light on earth? Just looking at the photos is not enough to draw a conclusion, so we hope further study this phenomenon by the more advanced scientific instruments and modern research methods.

Second, where does the moons strong light come from?
At least, I think there are three possible origins.
One, its from the sun.
Because the moonlight is from the sun, so the strong light maybe also a part of the sunlight.
Two, its from the moon itself
That is, the moon glows by itself. Apparently, it is a bold assumption and against the common sense. Then how about the physical mechanism that the moon glows and what substance that the moonlight is.
Three, its from the astrospace.
That is, the light from the astrospace, taking the moon as the carrier. But how do the light from the outer space act on the moon?
Where does the strong light of the moon come from on earth? We look forward to new findings.