October 3, 2011
Bro. Columba Moujing picks apples at Ampleforth Benedictine Abbey in Ampleforth, England, Sept 21.
The orchard has 2,500 apple trees from which 25,000 litres of cider a year is produced and sold in local outlets to help finance the abbey.
CNS PHOTO/NIGEL RODDIS, REUTERS
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