I am confused as to why a photon's view is such a meaningless concept when we can obviously measure the speed of the photon from our own reference frame. We see the photon moving through spacetime, so why can't we theorize on how the photon sees us? Is there is flaw in relativity? It seems counter-intuitive to state that light has a definite speed, that there are no preferred frames, yet we can measure one frame relative to us but looking at from the other side is meaningless... Perhaps my logic is getting a little blended here, but I, as an observer, see light moving. It has a speed, it occupies a position, and I see it taking time to move. Why can we not take a ride on a photon and see how things look?