I was wondering what the nature of a photon is, when I was thinking about different EM wavelengths.. If you compared the distance traveled by two photons of different energies, wouldn't the more energetic one travel a longer distance (assuming they have the same amplitude)? It seems like it would be something akin to two people running across a surface modeled to resemble the wave nature of light. If the runners were the photons running across the waves, the runner running across the the more 'energetic' landscape would have to cover a longer distance and a greater speed to keep up (move at c) with the 'photon' moving across the surface with a shorter amplitude. Wouldn't it have to move faster than c?