I have read that infinite time dilation goes hand in hand with infinite length contraction for photons. AKA "photons do not experience time", or from a photons perspective, it takes no time to arrive at its destination. What if you were floating in space with a laser pointer, and you pointed the laser somewhere in the direction of the intergalactic medium, held the button for 1 second, and let go. The probability of that photon beam hitting any matter would be pretty much zero. (?) So if the photon does not have a destination (assuming it didn't interact with any matter or em waves), how can it reach its destination in no time?