While admirers of the romantic orange sky at sunset aimed at the sun and took unlimited shots of it against the tinted background, the author took notice of the foreground to give some echo to the fireball. Interestingly, unlike backgrounds which photographers may meticulously add or subtract from the final images, the foreground is more often overlooked. In fact, whereas the background is always there to appear with the subject, selection of the foreground requires a trained eye and a good sense. Photographers can use the foreground to give further interest, reference or substance to the primary subjects.
Next time before you take a shot, walk the scene and look around. You will certainly spot a useful foreground for the final image.