I think this is a wonderful image and actually like the colors as is, and agree with Bill T. You are an artist
and should interpret your photos the way you
wish to portray them.
I have been doing some very interesting PP with some of my images, and am starting to like being a little different!
Just a suggestion...
There are a couple of things you could experiment with to see if they work for you.
In ACR, or Lightrooms develop module, you can go into the graduated filter tool and do 2 filters one for the top section and toned a little more to the orange yellow to remove some magenta ,and one for the bottom water and rock area toned a little more green rather than cyan. This would bring the colors closer to complementary
and would be somewhat more "believable". While in that tool play with sliders to lighten -darken, saturate or desaturate those areas. Play a little, and see what different versions you can come up with.Save them and compare them side by side.
Also, If you really like the pebbles at the bottom you could also crop about 1/4 to 1/3 off the top of the sky creating more of a 4/3 crop which would tend to de-emphasize the sky and weight the bottom more.