One of my favorite lenses, and the first Zeiss lens I ever owned, is an 1959 aluminum bodies Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar 58/2. It is a lovely old hunk of metal and glass produced in Soviet controlled Germany many years after the war. I have been wanting to try it out on the a7 so I loaded them up this week and went to a local rock garden. Its a pretty small place, more of a sideshow to the zoo, playland and golf course that surround it. Probably only 50 yards by 50 yards square. But when you shoot macro a small place like this can provide countless photo opportunities. All of these shots are on the Biotar, some by itself and some with tubes and some with my little Minolta Close Up lens No.2. It is a very nice lens that often has a nice painterly quality to the bokeh. As you can see from some of these photos I am fond of using this quality in my Meatyard style no focus shots. Hope you enjoy.