I am aware that matter with mass experiences dilation and photon is massless. there is no inertial frame where photon is at rest. However, wave form of light has momentum and energy. Blue light wave has higher energy and shorter wavelength than red light. So, in specific time, blue light will have more oscillation cycles than red light.
can we say blue light has slower clock time than red light due to short wavelength and higher energy? (my assumption: blue light covers short distance before cycle repeats so if it's clock run slow then c maintains constancy. opposite applies for the case of red light)