When I saw this picture, my very first thought has been: "I reckon being an influecer is a full time work leaving so little time that she probably couldn't wait until twilight to get a proper night shot". But it's not that easy.
Because this shot is indeed a composition of a daytime landscape (look at the waves frozen by fast exposure time!) with a starry sky, but the sky looks consistent with the place. I mean: you actually could spot the Milky Way with the Carina Nebula in that direction from Mirador la Torres during a clear night, so she actually could have waited until nighttime for a second shot and then blended the two in photoshop afterwards. But... why? Do you want to take a proper nightshot? Shoot at twilight, with still enough light to lit up the landscape but with some stars already visible; or use an external light source and lightpaint the scene. You don't care about all such stuff, because it's more about feelings? Well, it feels just wrong to me, like a bike on the clouds, a lion at the South Pole, Mexico City without traffic.
• photo @bemytravelmuse ---