but anon, that very much depends on the time and how much light is on the horizon, as well as any diffuse moonlight in the atmosphere
in the lowest of light the eye if fully scotopic and essentially only sees black and white, but with mild amounts of light the rods and few cones that are active are largey the blue receptors. this is why moonlight and night skylight appear more blueish to the eye when in fact moonlight is the same spectrum as daylight (this is the purkinje effect). depending on how dark the night is, and where you are between dusk and dawn, the effect will vary.
different philosophies will apply with photography: allow the camera to capture reality or develop the photos to reflect the subjective human experience. i personally prefer to develop "the way i remember it" while others don't bother