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A Shade Of Blue by DavidGrieninger A Shade Of Blue by DavidGrieninger
I took this photograph in my holiday travels to Cameron Highlands, Malaysia.
The Photograph was taken at the BOH Tea Plantation.

You can see how two flowers are struggling their way out of all the Tea leaves
which are blocking out the sun.

The flowers blue colours give a beautiful contrast towards the green Tea leaves.
It makes them stand out more :D

This is an entry for the Joy Of Spring contest being held by :iconthejoyofflowers:

More Flower Photographs coming soon!

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Here are some more nice flower photographs:

Dreamy Hibiscus        ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Blue Agapanthus       ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Reach For The Sky     ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Standing Tall             ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Violet Crocus             ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Blood Red Rose         ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Beauty in Diversity    ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Pink Rose                  ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Spring awakening     ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Hibiscus in the sun    ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Cherry Blossom Tree ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Strelitzia Reginae      ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…
Young Fern                ---> davidgrieninger.deviantart.com…

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Nesihonsu Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
This looks like something from the family Convolvulaceae. Ipomoea purpurea perhaps but can't tell for sure. It's just a guess.
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DoodlebertDesigns Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree, definitely a convolvus, and an ipomoea. Commonly known as "morning glory".
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DavidGrieninger Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
I surely don't know what kind of flower these are Sweating a little... But thank you for beeing helpful Clap 
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