Kimon Luke Hardman Ioannides

Ballona Creek Bike Path
11 months ago
Early morning power posing
Skylight Books
1 year ago
What word would you use to label this section in a bookstore? Would love your thoughts ... I found it to be uncontrollably funny (and interesting).
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument
1 year ago
Better than never from my cross country drive, mostly my night camping in Utah, but a bit of the Colorado Rockies too.
Los Angeles, California
1 year ago
Overadvertising
Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden
1 year ago
Afternoon escape
South Bay Bike Trail at Marina del Ray
1 year ago
Nice little spot by the Pacific.
Malibu, California
1 year ago
on a magical Saturday
College of Physicians of Philadelphia
1 year ago
What a privilege it has been to spend the last three years with this incredible bunch @temple_em! I'm going to miss you all along with every hard working miracle maker in our amazing emergency departments, not just staff, but our regular frequent flyer patients too! Residency ain't easy, but the challenges our patients persevere through have always been an inspiration for me. Thank you everyone for your support, especially my parents who made the trip down from Boston for my graduation, and my always patient and supportive housemates. Love you all and see you soon :-) Now off to California and @ucla @uclahealth @ucla_em and my NCSP fellowship!
Peace Place Thrift Store
1 year ago
Anyone seeking a doctor’s white coat for a costume? Look no further. Never worn, size large.
Ocean City, New Jersey
1 year ago
Wind sand sea and joy
Neighborhood Bike Works
1 year ago
Yesterday, I donated my old bike, the "Milkcrater," but I really let go of much more. I got it twenty years ago, as a graduation gift. It was my first bike with proper brakes, and I remember grabbing a fistful of them on a hill near my parents' house and going flying over the handlebars. I scraped myself up just an hour before my middle school graduation. Since then, it's helped me nurse injuries to my knees and my ankles, and occasionally to my pride and my heart as well. But it feels most linked to my time in Philadelphia. Unique, adaptable, sometimes feeling invisible and sometimes feeling fresh, but usually much more energetic than expected. It had spunk, and enough strength to get me through several thousand Philly miles as my main source of transportation. It found ways to stretch my rides out of town up the river trail (clip-on aero bars), to go faster so I could keep up with group rides (road tires and bigger gears), to keep my fingers warm biking to February shifts across town (you can do a lot with yogurt containers), and to carry all my groceries (a diagonal milkcrate is more aero and leaves more room for that absurdly long seat post, I have grown since middle school :-). Now, cycling has become a legit hobby for me, and my new(ish, it’s used) road bike will come with me to Los Angeles, but I've made sure the new ride has some of the Milkcrater's funky grit. Like my good and bad memories of Philly, the Milkcrater will always have a place in my heart. I hope it can find a soft spot in someone else's soon too.
Lincoln, Massachusetts
1 year ago
I got the horses in the back
Latergramme
1 year ago
🏰🧛👅=😝 in 🇵🇷🇵🇷🇵🇷
Cunningham Piano
1 year ago
Slowly learning to work with raw photo files
San Juan, Puerto Rico
1 year ago
free books curbside / free smiles beachside / free art museumside 🇵🇷
Ocean Park, Isla Verde
1 year ago
Beach run of contrasts
Playa Condado
1 year ago
A whirlwind of joy and love @jeanpadi @cpgiles thanks for bringing us all into your bright future together
Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico
1 year ago
First daylight in a non-athletic capacity in quite some time
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1 year ago
Dear Enormous Clothes Drying Rack: You’ve brought so much joy and comfort to my life, and I'm grieving you harder than I ever could have imagined. You helped me wash so many loads over so many years. Your broad shoulders have held mounds of heavy clothes, lovingly supporting the wicking of washwater. You pleasantly humidified my bedroom on dry winter days, and spared my old apartment from the waste heat of the dryer on hot summer days. I loved you so much I entrusted you not only with my delicates, who needed your gentleness, but also with countless clothes that I could have put in the dryer too. You avoided countless tangles between the waistbands of my workhorse scrubs, and mitigated a lot of wear on my socks. My houseguests saw your magic, took advantage of your services, and teased me lovingly about our bond. And you've stayed green through it all, worth many times your weight in saved carbon dioxide emissions. I bought you off craigslist, and was overjoyed to offer you a second home and a second life. I carried you with me through quite a few moves. Enormous and impractical though you may have seemed at every turn, you were so worth it. I was even considering bringing you with me to California. When I put that stack of wet clothes on your left arm last week, I had no idea that it would lead to a debilitating medial epicondyle fracture, leaving you unable to bear weight and making it painful for you to even stand. Now, I'm left having to make the difficult decision to say good bye. If I'm honest, it's goodbye not just to you, but to the life we lived together, and all the phases of my life and time in Philadelphia that we shared. I love you and will always appreciate you. Thanks for everything.
Wister
1 year ago
In the shop
Germantown
1 year ago
Rolling
Hunting Park
1 year ago
Nabbed while driving home
Market Street
1 year ago
Thanks sun, for a fitting end to a great day!
Philadelphia City Hall
1 year ago
Spotted on the way to to table for @temple_em
Germantown
1 year ago
Not quite a concrete rose
Kelly Drive Running Path
1 year ago
Good morning
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1 year ago
A little pre-night shift/post-nap rowing workout to get the blood flowing
West Kensington
1 year ago
Spring weekend vibes
Bike Trail
1 year ago
Could it be?
SoulCycle Vegas
1 year ago
Yes we did break a sweat and had an amazing ride at @soulcycle Vegas with @seizethedaywithj and our @temple_em crew @jessicaoninstagram Deenie myself @kimonlhi @lexasaurusrex89 and Dr. Schwell himself @aaemrsa
Caesars Palace
1 year ago
Rome is gorgeous this time of year!
LAS McCarran Airport Runway Observation
1 year ago
And now very poetically rising above the clouds to head to in Vegas and do my talk about mansplaining ?
Schuylkill River Trail
1 year ago
Post overnight shift ritual bike ride
Historic Germantown
1 year ago
Just a few tastes, sights, and sounds from our baynton st cooperative home from celebration by @kat.the.human and regram from @lady_kleinberg; by @krueger.s; joy shared by all
Brooklyn, New York
1 year ago
Who hasn’t felt this way after the holidays? Or during them? Either way, the days are already getting longer :-)
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
1 year ago
(Family museum day, 2018-12-27) ... and
Walden Pond
1 year ago
Lincoln, Massachusetts
1 year ago
My cousin @ariadni_moschona, mom, dad 2018-12-25
Historic Germantown
1 year ago
New year, new job! I'm not quite ready for residency to be over and to leave Philly, but will be moving to Los Angeles in July for this exciting health disparities fellowship. Keep me in mind if you hear about folks looking for roommates :-)
New England Aquarium
1 year ago
Whoa that’s a real live shark embryo! This species doesn’t cannibalize its siblings, but some others do with @ariadni_moschona
Lincoln, Massachusetts
1 year ago
Moon through clouds (and branches)
Germantown
1 year ago
A very merry and loving winter solstice from the Baynton East House Krewe (plus @beShirleyDog and I :-) 📷@carinasama
Schuylkill Banks
1 year ago
Piercing winter with a little bike ride
Trenton, New Jersey
1 year ago
Don’t know how many times I’ve passed by this sign on the train, but this is definitely the first time I’ve gotten a decent photo
Secret Beach
1 year ago
Seaside moment at on 📷@danieliswhere
Sleeping Giant
1 year ago
Sunrise hiking
Waimea Canyon Lookout
1 year ago
Thanks @danieliswhere for this dope photo! I’m not always this contemplative, but if I’m honest it’s not uncommon. I’m often told that I “look serious” but have never really understood why. Kauai is full these seamless but seemingly contradictory transitions between simple joy and complex thought that somehow reveal for me my own tendency to turn inward. Feeling fortunate for this opportunity to grow.
Waimea Canyon State Park
1 year ago
Endless solar energy (and lens flare)
Polihale State Park
1 year ago
At a loss for words to describe the feeling of this place, a windy endless beach perched at the corner between sky high cliffs and verdant plains, facing the endless western pacific. Ok, maybe not at a total loss for words, but there’s just a lot of emotion in this little pocket of the world. :-)
Ho'opi' falls
1 year ago
Mornings full of peace and simple joy 📷@danieliswhere
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