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Thursday, 28 December 2017

Turquoise Blue Jade Vine From Cameron Highlands.

Here are some photos from our previous Cameron Highlands about 2 months ago. I have to finish posting these and other photos before our next visit next year.
The apartment we stayed in - Nova Highland Resort & Residence.
Blue sky and white cloud.
Floating cottony white cloud.
We bought these white corn to try. These are more expensive than the yellow corn. These were very juicy without any fibre.
We paid a visit to this garden before we started our journey home.
As we walked through the entrance, we saw these turquoise blue vine flowers hanging from above us. 
I have never seen these flowers before.
This is a close up of a flower.
We also saw a few fruits hanging above us.
These are for sweet memories.
More for sweet memories.
White wooden fence and some seats for those who need a rest.
Below are some more photos for joining Good Fences.
White fence and stained glass of a church in Kuala Lumpur.
A hedge fence of a local church.

Linking to Good Fences.

May God be given glory forever and ever through endless ages

because of His master plan of salvation

for the Church through Jesus Christ.

(Ephesians 3:21, The Living Bible-TLB)

53 comments:

  1. The blue colour of this plant is so exotic! Thanks for sharing! I like to eat white corn too.

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    1. Thank you, Mun. So far I haven't seen white corn in Ipoh.

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  2. The flower,I also have not seen it before...

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  3. Gostei de ver as fotografias, aproveito para desejar umas Boas Festas e um excelente 2018.
    Andarilhar
    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

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  4. wow so stunning pictures- and this blue flowers are amazing

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  5. ...so many wonderful sights today, thanks!

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  6. Looks wonderful. I loved the vibrant colour of the blue flower, what a delight.

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  7. White corn is our favorite. We never have yellow corn. It's just not very good after you have the white corn.

    I love following along on your adventures. Thanks for taking us along.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

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    1. Thank you, Sandee! I love corn of any colour! Have a wonderful day!

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  8. Las flores son preciosas, no las había visto antes. Besitos.

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    1. Thank you, Teresa! Looks like it is a very rare plant.

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  9. First time I see a white corn, the turquoise blue vine flowers are so unique.

    The apartment you stayed when in Cameron Highlands looks like a Condominium

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    1. Me too! First time we get to taste a white corn, very sweet and tender. It is a 3 room apartment/condominium.

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  10. Thank you, Nancy. Wishing you a blessed year ahead!

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    1. Thank you, Cloudia! Happy new year to you too!

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  11. Wow, this color is amazing! Here, we have orchids that are this color. But I read that they grow them with some kind of dye that goes up the roots, so they are not naturally this color. Now I wonder about this one, are they natural?

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    1. Thank you, Ginny! I suppose these are natural colours because these were hanging from above in bunches!

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  12. I like your fences but your snowman is great

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  13. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice weekend)

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  14. Hola Nancy, hermosas fotos, hermoso lugar y hermosas flores. Muchas gracias. Besos.

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  15. The stained glass is quite a sight to see, even from the reverse side.

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  16. The color of those flowers is indeed unqiue, sort of greenish blueish. Wonder if it can be grown in the lowlands.

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  17. Those torquoise flowers are so, so beautiful. And I have never seen anything like them that I can recall.

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    1. Thank you, Rose. Neither have I seen them before!

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  18. Beautiful photos from the highlands and I’m first time seen the white corn… alike the blue vine which looks unique and shaped in claws.
    Btw. nice fence and bench designs

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    1. Thank you, Jeevan. White corns are not common here too.

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  19. Gostei das fotos.
    Um abraço e um Bom Ano de 2018.
    Autografos Futebol

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  20. I'd love to try that white corn.

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    1. I will hope to find these white corn on our next visit to Cameron Highlands.

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  21. Wow! The blue flowers are so pretty and unique.

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  22. Lovely photos of your walk. The flowers on the turquoise plant looks like a version of the red "kaka's beak" here in New Zealand.

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    1. Thank you, Bettyl! I googled for "kaka's beak" and yes it does look alike. "Kaka's beak" is also very beautiful!

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  23. Oh now I remember I have some of that white corn lying around in my fridge... hope it's not rotten by now!

    I've not seen that turquoise flower before - looks like something out of 'Avatar'?

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    1. Always something new whenever we visit Cameron Highland.

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