Sorry! one more thing. the images with the mountain and the lightening and clouds. it could be fond one of two ways. it is a given that this sort of photography is always done using a very stable tripod. the camera cannot move for this to work either way. first is to shoot individual frames and the use photoshop to make a composite. the second is way more cool. using a film camera like a Nikon F5, you can do a multiple exposure. the negative never advances. each time you open the shutter the brightest elements of the frame are exposed to the negative. if you do this once every 10 minutes... you would get a final image like this.
I hate to disagree with the person who wrote this card. but the image above with the ocean, island, and storm is s photoshop image.
if it was film and it was a multiple exposure, the waves on the ocean would look like glass. and the stars in the sky would move relative to the moon. stars move and create trails. the moon is the only thing moving in the sky of this photo. which means this was done with method number 1.