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Merge/Blend/fade Colours Photoshop

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Nice easy Q for any photoshoppers

I have an image the top part of which is a dark blue
I need to be able to put this on top of a different image where the other image a a darker blue

I want to merge/blend/fade (I dont know what the correct term is), the together to that the images colours fade/merge/blend together so I get a nice gradual transition from one colout to the other

How can I do this ?

I have CS5 and/or Elements 9 at my disposal
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