Main Question or Discussion Point
A photon traveling from its source at light speed is said to not experience time and therefore be everywhere at once. Well not exactly, it can only be everywhere at once along its projected path assuming the photon's path in a vacuum is not altered by anything. Time itself cannot alter the path. Gravity however, affects both time and space and therefore could alter the path of a photon that exists everywhere at once along a path unaffected by time. Is this correct?