Harry Ehrlich

Harry Ehrlich
Photographer • Director • Traveler
For a digital nomad like me, life is lived on planes, trains, and automobiles. In the two years I have lived in Israel, I've done my fair share of traveling back and forth to the U.S. Usually, when you book international air travel, you try to book the shortest route...
Travel is great for so many reasons. New sites, sounds, places, and people. But it's really the local cuisine that can change the complexion of a long afternoon, a day of walking around, or even bad weather. Food has that power, and while traveling across countries, for me...
Anytime you go on a long trip where you’re bouncing from place to place among different countries, destinations can start to run together in your mind. When that happens, it's time for a change of scenery.  Photo by Harry Ehrlich.
Amsterdam aside, the Netherlands is a country full of unique cities that are worth seeing; Rotterdam is the lesser known of the two Dams, and our visit there was a true travel exploration! More than just another Dam
Ghent Belgium
T he best part of travelling is the unexpected adventure that starts by connecting with new people. My memorable visit to Ghent started with a casual conversation in a bar in Rotterdam, Netherlands. As my friend Joe and I drank local beer and played cards, “travel tired” from a great...
Cinque Terre at golden hour
Cinque Terre, (in Italian, "the five towns") are nestled in the northwest corner of Italy, close to France. With crazy vistas, bomb beaches, and pasta up to your eyeballs, the Cinque Terre region is a true jewel of Italian travel. The towns of Cinque Terre (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and...