Photos: An Autumn Outing

Boston University students were given the oppurtunity to get out of the city on Saturday, Oct. 15, for a day of apple picking, hay rides, fall foliage, and carmelized apples. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Boston University students were given the oppurtunity to get out of the city on Saturday, Oct. 15, for a day of apple picking, hay rides, fall foliage, and carmelized apples at Honey Pot Orchards in Stow, Mass. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

The bus leaves Boston and enters more residential Massachusetts. The trip was sponsored by BU's Student Activities Office and cost students $5 to attend. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

The bus leaves Boston and enters more residential Massachusetts. The trip was sponsored by BU’s Student Activities Office and cost students $5 to attend. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Other visitors of Honey Pot Hill Orchards, the destination of the trip, head off the pick apples. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Other visitors of Honey Pot Hill Orchards head off to pick apples. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Gloria Chan, 21, a student of psychology and journalism at BU, trys to grab the apples at the far end of the branches. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Gloria Chan, 21, a student of psychology and journalism, trys to grab the apples at the far end of the branches. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

(From left) Grace Wingler, 21, Anais Azul, 21, and Ellen Leightcap 21, speak with Karen Axelrod, who works at Honey Pot Hill Orchards. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

(From left) Grace Wingler, 21, Anais Azul, 21, and Ellen Leightcap, 21, speak with Karen Axelrod, who works at Honey Pot Hill Orchards. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

(From left) Azul, Wingler, and Leightcap marvel at the apple trees. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

(From left) Anais Azul, Grace Wingler, and Ellen Leightcap marvel at the apple trees while on a hay ride. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

A visitor of the orchard points out a few remainig apples on the tree. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

A visitor of the orchard points out a few remainig apples on the tree. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Leightcap enjoys an apple cider donut. She says that this day reminds her of the typical fall snack of her home state of Pensylvania, horseradish, pretzel and beer cheese, which come from the German heritage of some of the inhabitants of the state. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Ellen Leightcap enjoys an apple cider donut. She says that this day reminds her of the typical fall snack of her home state of Pensylvania: horseradish, pretzel and beer cheese. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Under the changing leaves, students leave the orchard with the apples that they picked during the day. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

Under the changing leaves, students leave the orchard with the apples that they picked during the day. Photo by Silvia Mazzocchin/BU News Service

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