It's taken a couple years, but my brother and I have finally completed what is considered in the photography community as the "holy trinity" of lenses.
I'm all about making the most out of the gear you have and strongly believe that the most important tool in any photographer's bag is their own vision. After all, this latest investment is my first ever dip into the amazing pro series of Nikon lenses after about four years of shooting.
That said, it's a milestone that needs commemorating. Admittedly, I'm kind of a closeted gearhead. I can spend hours on end reading and researching all things camera/lens/lighting. I even have a folder of bookmarks solely dedicated to bags and cases on my wish list. In fact, there's an industry term for such a condition called "NAS" or Nikon Acquisition Syndrome.
This may be the only post remotely dedicated to the numbers and names insignificant to the average person, so I'll get the jargon out of the way. Left to right: Nikon 14-24mm f2.8G AF-S, Nikon 24-70mm f2.8G AF-S, and the Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 VR AF-S.
If anything, this serves as evidence for any insurance claims that may arise down the road.