When you shoot a single photon, wouldn't the oxygen, and other atoms in the air we breathe move the light off it's trajectory. Won't the light hit any atoms or bend away from the atoms. Does light bend in air? Does it bend to avoid striking the atoms? How do we see straight lines, how do we see the shapes, shouldn't the shapes we see with our eyes be disorted because our eyes recieve wrong imformation about where the photons came from, because the photons were bent/scattered of their course to our direction? I don't understand how light travels in air or how we see ''correctly''