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And yes, according to how I see it, the 'line of sight' will introduce the 'relation' making it possible for that photon to behave differently. Put two observers inside, the 'photon' in the middle 'moving' towards one observer. We will find two definitions of that photons 'energy. and then also a third, the 'invariant light-quanta' we expect a photon to represent in 'itself'.==So, does it make sense?
No, even if it was possible to use the momentum that way, you could only use it once. No matter how you define 'propagation' there is only one interaction per photon. You need another argument for that I think?But what you are thinking of is the blue shift we expect when it getting deeper into a gravity well, right?