Tamron 28-200mm as a primary landscape photography lens?

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Tamron 28-200mm as a primary landscape photography lens?
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I'm in the Lake Tahoe area on a landscape photography trip with my Sony A7Riv, Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 GM, and Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6. I thought I would primarily use my Sony 16-35mm GM, but, so far, I have used it very little. I took the vast majority of my photos with the Tamron. This is my first dedicated photography trip.

I am curious if anyone else has these two lenses and has been similarly surprised at using the Tamron much more for landscape photography. I almost feel like maybe I am doing something wrong. As an amateur with a 24-105mm, I was almost always at 24mm and wishing I could go wider. Now, I rarely want to go wider than 28mm. When I put my Sony 16-35mm GM on, it doesn’t last long before my Tamron is back. The Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 is an amazingly inexpensive, small, sharp, and versatile lens.

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