There’s something about being out in nature that bonds you to whomever you’re with. Something about the small things, the squirrel that gets a little too invested in your snacks, the ventures to the nearest waterfall or hiking trail, the drama of burnt smores, or the bear breaking into your trash can.
A few good friends made such a bond and became fly-fishing legends with decades-long traditions. Seattle, Washington-based photographer and director Ed Sozinho, one of these friends, decided to document this tradition in honor of the late Dick Dahlgren, an original member of the Rendezvous crew.
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