# Is it physically meaningful to combine a photon's position state space with its polarization state space?

Mathematically, we can take the tensor product of a photon's position state space $$\mathscr{H}_{pos}$$ with that of its polarization state space $$\mathscr{H}_{pol}$$. Then, in the resulting Hilbert space we have vectors like $$|\psi_1\rangle=|pos_1\rangle\otimes|pol_1\rangle$$ and $$|\psi_2\rangle=|pos_2\rangle\otimes|pol_2\rangle$$.

But is it physically possible to have a superposition state of $$|\psi_1\rangle$$ and $$|\psi_2\rangle$$, e.g. $$|\phi\rangle=0.8|\psi_1\rangle+0.6|\psi_2\rangle$$?