I managed to find this pink-purple geranium whilst on my walk in the neighbourhood. It did have pollen pattern which was just begging to be imaged in UV-induced visible fluorescence.
I really like the UVIVF images, which is why I shot the macro shots twice. Another thing I’ve noticed with the visible images is that it tends to be a bit more red than the flower appears in real life. Then it occurred to me that it is likely due to the filter transmission curve of the Baader UV/IR cut filter which transmits more red. Hence in future, I should try and use the Olympus internal cut filter to capture the visible image more accurately.