I've noticed in the past that the Olympus sensor provides great colors, but it has always struggled to avoid being completely oversaturated and losing the details with this shade of pink/magenta. In this case I think it held up pretty well.
E-P5 with PL 20mm at f/3.2, 1/250 sec, ISO 200...
This was taken in a very dimly lit room. I showed it to my wife while were still standing in the room, and she was shocked at all the color and detail. She had no idea all of this was there from looking at the ceiling with her own eyes.
E-P5 with PL 20mm, hand held at f/1.7, 1/40 sec, ISO 1600
I don't use Glow very often, because I enjoy the look of unadulterated photos much better, but I could readily see the potential in this one to create a nice impressionist look.
The dead grass patterns in the other one had sort of an electric feel to it already, so it was an easy move into Glow.
E-P5 with M.Zuiko 75mm at f/1.8, 1/8000 sec, ISO 160 and post-processed with Topaz Glow - Brilliant Fibers I
E-P5 with M.Zuiko 75mm at f/4, 1/800 sec, ISO 200 and post-processed with Topaz Glow - Squiggly Lines II