The unmade photo by Dorel Găină

Illustration by: George Roșu

The unmade photo by:
Laura Bâlc

Italy, spring 2012. I was in a protected forest and I was looking for blooming trees, along with a young “fairy” wearing ballerina clothes and pointe shoes. I found a pretty steep hill with a gorgeous cherrytree on the slope. I started shooting and shooting and then I gave some I-do-not-remember-whatindication to the girl. And the girl, concentrating on what I said, got unbalanced and slipped down the hill… Obviously I did not take the pictures because I helped her. I jumped on her way to stop her falling somehow, but she took me off my feet and I slipped a meter down. We start laughing like crazy

About Laura Bâlc

He’s the photographer you’ve seen at least once with his camera, on one of the streets of Cluj, or at a cultural event. Professor at the University of Art and Design, he considers himself rather a student hidden under the teacher’s face. “I photograph with great joy cracks in asphalt, landscapes, portraits, city situations, clouds, leaves, absolutely everything that moves.”