Tamron 28-300 PZD, 85, and 15-30 in the fall
Very nice images.
There people on these forums who would shun you for life for admitting you own and use a 28-300 PZD Tamron.
I acquired one of them semi by accident. It may not be the ideal lens but it is pretty good for what it is.
Lol! I actually borrowed all these lenses from work, but I do like the 28-300 PZD when packing light. I have a 16-300 that doesn’t play nice with my D7100, so I borrow the 28-300 to shoot on my D3. The 16-300 works perfectly (albeit cropped) on my D3, so the problem is the D7100. The Singh-Ray Gold n’ Blue filter is 77mm, so I use it with a step-up ring on the 28-300, sometimes mixing it with a circular polarizer to get wild monochromatic or rainbow effects, without any post processing.