Reading an old thread (wich is now closed or i would post the question there) there was a discussion about the size of a photon, and if it was an adequate question at all. The discussion on the other thread couldnt agree on a response. Yet there was some postulates that could work with this idea Im bringing to you now: In special relativity, one of the effects for a stationary viewer is lenght contraction, higher the speed, higher the contraction in the direction of the movement. So, can we assume since a photon travels at maximun velocity, it has maximun contraction? Maybe that could explain why we cant messure a size in a photon, and its duality? yet we can in an electron? What would this means? a photon's size would be relative to origin and destination? Am I talking nonsense? why?