We present high spatial resolution observations of short-lived transients, ribbons and jet-like events above a pore in Ca ii H images where fine structure, like umbral dots, light bridges and penumbral microfilaments, is present in the underlying photosphere. We found that current layers are formed at the edges of the convective fine structure, due to the shear between their horizontal field and the ambient vertical field. High vertical electric current density patches are observed in the photosphere around these events, which indicates the formation of a current sheet at the reconnection site. In the framework of past studies, low altitude reconnection could be the mechanism that produces such events. The reconnection is caused by an opposite polarity field produced by the bending of field lines by convective downflows at the edge of pore fine structure.