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Familiar and anonymous, the tree of our cities is considered a common good. It is generally associated with quality of life because it fulfills aesthetic but also environmental and even social functions. Evolving over the months, it regularly comes to remind the city dwellers the existence of a nature punctuated by the seasons.
The photos of Sorina Săvulescu force us to look more closely at these invisible ones that we rub shoulders daily, often without noticing them. Her work is the result of a genuine and sincere vision and encourages us to dwell on their textures, their robust or long-lined shapes, which blend in or contrast with the urban landscape.
A few years ago, Sorina Săvulescu had a camera in her hands, it was the first time. The acuteness of her eye, already spotted in her writings, crossed the lens. Encouraged by her friends photographers, architects or journalists, she persevered, was trained in the technique and the subtleties of this tool. She continues her work on numerous subjects, watching, like a sparrow hawk, the landscapes, the city, the speed, the characters, in all times and in all places.