Hi, I've read for any object, no matter how fast its motion is, it will always be "hit" by light at the speed of light. Does this also apply for light? In other words : Say there's a photon going in a way and another photon is created to go in the same way, but about 5 seconds later. I guess the last photon won't reach the other one that is already 5 seconds ahead. It would only apply for objects going less fast than the speed of light, right?