Sure. You need a few things to be right with the scene for this shot; dark skies, no moon, and a south/southwest view with something interesting in it. The moon and the dark skies are important for exposure (14mm 2.8 iso3200 with Canon 6D and rokinon 14mm). Dark skies are just getting away from towns. If you can catch a new moon that will give you the most time to play with, but you can also do it before moonrise or after moonset. Remember also, the sky starts to 'blue' a good while before sunrise. For this shot, I was shooting at about 3AM. By 4:15, the sun was already washing out the sky - even though sunrise was an hour and a half away.