I love to see people holding hands taking in incredible beauty.
Another technique, highly advocated by Matt Kloskowski, that I used a lot at the Bandon Workshop was double processing. From LR, I open the file in PS as a Smart Object. Then I double click on the SO icon, which opens up Adobe Camera Raw. There I make the foreground the way that I want it; I totally ignore the sky. Then I right click on the layer and go down the menu to "New Smart Object via Copy." This creates a new SO layer. I again double click on the SO icon, and in ACR make the sky the way that I want it; totally ignoring the foreground. Next, on that second layer, I take the Quick Selection tool (which does a great job of detecting edges) and create a selection around the sky. Then I click on the Create a Mask icon at the bottom of the layers palette. Voila, I end up with the sky that I want and the foreground that I want. It is quick, down and dirty, and much faster than HDR if you want a realistic look. (I also did this with some of the earlier shots in this series.)