Both of those are very nice. I find it interesting that the trees in the first one seem to shift to a grayish shade. I notice a similar effect on my E-5 images. Of course, it could be a result of slight red/green color blindness like a lot of men. I guess I should ask my wife to look at a few where it seems obvious to me. And then I will stop calibrating my monitor.
The trees are a little grey... I assumed it was a product of the larger dynamic range captured. For example, applying "linear contrast" in photoshop also boosts apparent saturation. So greater contrast apparently increases saturation.
Interesting insight into the EM5 thanks raven. Intreaguing images too.