The tricky part with this photo was the including and excluding part, as I did not want branches sticking into the frame and also include the trees that looked the best while still keeping in mind the path.
After 4-5 shots I got the composition I wanted and the capture itself was pretty straightforward.
This path start at the bottom of Sørkjosen mountain and leads up to a place called Truisku where there is a cabin where you can rest and sign your name as proof you have been there, it further leads up to Flylysvarden which is ontop of the mountain and offers a spectacular view of the region.
The cool thing is that the trip does not take long at all and photographicly it offers a lot, if all you have with you is a wide angle lens you can shoot all day, add a macro lens and a telephot and you will be here for weeks. :)
For the editing part I pulled out shadow details to reflect what was seen and I kept an importance on keeping the warmth of the midnight sun while using a brush to cool the shadows a little.
My general type of sharpening is using the high pass filter, I find it to be one of the most effective ways to sharpen landscape photos, though every image is different so the values always change.
This spot is not a place that is frequented by photographers, if any, it goes to show that if you have the right conditions, anything can be photographed.