More from the Tamron 16-300

I posted an image a few weeks ago from the Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park that was taken with the new Tamron 16-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Lens.  One of the features that is super cool about this lens is is versatility.

Let me show you what I mean with a few images.

First, I was able to shoot on the wide end for landscapes. Like this one taken at T.A. Moulton's Barn on Mormon Row.  This was shot at 26mm.  

Next, as it would happen, as we were leaving the shoot from the barn, we came across this group of bison and all of these puffy, white clouds above them in the sky.  This one was shot at 28mm.

At one point during our visit, we stumbled across a bit of a "mountain bird rookery".  On one of our visits to this special bird area I had loaned my Tamron 150-600mm Lens to one of the workshop participants so I spent that morning using the 16-300.  Here's one of the woodpeckers exiting the nest.  This image was shot at 300mm.

And here's the male mountain bluebird hanging out at their nest, which is an abandoned woodpecker nest.  Again, 300mm.

Finally, I was also able to zoom in for some "telephoto landscapes" like this one at Oxbow Bend at sunset.  This was another 300mm shot.

That's it...for now.  Hopefully this shows you some of the versatility of having a lens that reaches from 16-300mm.  I ended up using this lens for much more of the trip that I thought because of that.