There are many ways to photograph the sky at night, and most place it within the context of the landscape. This is a different view, the series One Month, Weather Permitting by Sharon Harper, snapshots of pieces of sky at night with long exposures so the starts become like lines on a blackboard. The surrealism and elegance of the images is very pleasing.
The other series Moon Studies and Star Scratches is even more creative and appealing to me. Not sure how the images are done, but probably it is a play of multiple exposures that create images that are credible and surreal. And beautiful, of course.