Is a photon passing through a point in space blinking relative to that point?
If the photon for some reason destructively interfere with it self at that point, what happen to it? is it off or is it somewhere else?
By blinking I mean toggling between visible and invisible / detectable and not detectable or maybe fade in / fade out when considering its wave nature.
Edit When the wave goes to zero every half wavelength is it possible that the photon disappears every half wavelength? is it disappearing in way similar to what it does after a destructive interference with another photon only that it will come back completing the wavelength?
In other words, does the fact that a photon as a particle disappears when the photon as a wave destructively interfere with another, means that the photon as a paricle also disappears at the point in space-time where its wave functon is zero between a crest and a trough? From Anna's answer and comments the photon is not regarded as a wave in its own but i dont understand this.