This is now the same photo in the daylight. Here's what I did....
1. First I placed the photo in a 7X9 document in Photoshop.
2. Then, I rasterized the photo.
3.Then I played with the "Adjustment" option through contrast. By using the "Magic Wand" tool, I selected the sky. (You may need to go to "Select" and "Similar "to get the whole sky).
4. Then, I used the "auto color" option to make the sky more blue. You may also need to adjust the "Hue/Color Saturation" option to scrub more blue into the sky.
5. Then, I moved onti the trees in the background. Again, I used the Magic Wand tool to select the trees.
6. Then, I played with the Color Balance to make the trees appear green.
7. Then, I used the Auto color to make the green stand out even more.
I think that it was cool that even though in theory these two images are the same, they both give you a different feeling. The images are "night" and "day," excuse the pun. I think that it is nice that Photoshop can be used to enhance photos. When done for good, Photoshop can be a very useful and artistic tool.