Except for a few super wide-angle photos with an approx. 20 year old Sigma 15-30mm full format -lens at 15mm all photos were taken with the Zeiss lenses shown above.
The most important at a glance about the 100+ years old grocery store
In Tegernau, in the district of Ebersberg, east of Munich in Germany, there has been a general store with a wide range of products and many regional products for over 100 years. Let’s take a closer look at this general store with some Carl Zeiss classic lenses from over 100 years of Zeiss lens history.
Phone: +49 8092 857231 (click on the phone number to call)
E-Mail: email@example.com (click on the address to send an email)
Opening hours: Monday-Saturday 7:00 am to 12:30 pm, additional Tuesday and Friday 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Address for your navigation system: Grafinger Straße 13, 83553 Frauenneuharting (click on the address to start the Google Maps route planning)
This general store is now operated by the third generation of the Fink family and was registered as a business by Ottilie and Heinrich Fink on September 4, 1921. Click on the image to enlarge it.
The general store has a wide assortment:
including milk and dairy products, fruit, vegetables, sausage, cheese, eggs, bakery products, sweets, beverages, spirits, canned food, frozen food, spices
- Drugstore items
a.o. personal care articles, detergents, cleaning agents, garbage bags
- Pet supplies
a.o. dog and cat food, cat litter
- Magazines and daily newspapers
including over 40 different magazines, numerous children’s magazines, various daily newspapers
e.g. pencils, pads, notebooks, folders, glue, painting and drawing supplies
- Haberdashery and stockings
a.o. warm meatloaf, coffee-to-go
and much more.
The general store is located about 7km drive from Grafing towards Rott am Inn. The address for your navigation system is: Grafinger Straße 13, 83553 Frauenneuharting (click on the address to start route planning from Google Maps). There is usually plenty of parking space in front of the store.
The 100+ year old general store is located approx. 35km east of Munich, Germany.
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Regional products from the store
The general store of the Fink family is characterized by a rich offer of regional products:
- Bakery Gregor Mayr, Aßling
- MARTINS Wood oven bakery, Grafing
- Butcher shop Alois Bichler, Pfaffing
- Modest Coffee roasting, Ramerberg
- Baumann Mustard , Rosenheim
- Free range eggs from Assling, Josef Riedl
- Organic eggs Kirchlechner, Schalldorf
- Pasta, Egg liqueur from Höglhaus, Tuntenhausen
- Haarer Hof Cheese, Assling-Steinkirchen
- Organic wine Bichler, Emmering-Herrnholz
- Honey from Baumberg and Emmering
- Potatoes from Rinding
- Wolfhound Ginger Drink, Ebersberg
- Schnapps / liqueur from Albaching and Baiern
- Private brewery Schweiger, Markt Schwaben
Photo gallery of some regional products from the general store “at the Taylor” in Germany east of Munich, district of Ebersberg
From Tegernau, the village of the 100+ years old Grocery store east of Munich in Germany, you have one of the best scenic views to the Alp mountains
History of the more than 100 years old general store “at the Taylor” of the Fink family in Tegernau
The Zeiss lenses used
Carl Zeiss Jena Flektogon 35mm f2.8 full frame lens from 1968, adapted on a Sony a7ii full frame digital camera. The popular collector’s lens, also known as “The Flek”, features high image quality, beautiful bokeh and a close focus distance of only 18cm to the sensor plane. Measured from the front of the lens, you can get as close as 7cm to objects and create macro shots up to a ratio of about 1:1.4 on an APS-C camera. Here you can find an informative video about the used Flektogon lens “The Flek” by Mark Holtze.
Carl Zeiss Jena Biotar T 58mm f2 full frame lens from 1953, adapted to a modern digital Sony a6100 APS-C camera. The legendary Zeiss lens is characterized by a very high image quality and a barrel-shaped rotating “Swirly Bokeh”. Due to the small APS-C sensor and the crop factor, this lens has the same angle of view on this camera as an approx. 90mm lens on a full-frame camera. Here you can find an informative video about the used Biotar lens by Mark Holtze.