The Andes, the Himalayas, Mount Everest... these have nothing on New York City's miniature snow-capped mountain ranges, which are smaller in size, but larger in number. The impressive mountain ranges can be found on every street in every borough, and were a collaboration between Man and Mother Nature.

The piles of garbage have been growing as trash pick up gets delayed with every snowfall, but you know what they say: one man's trash is another man's picturesque mountainscape! Until the snow melts, and the once beautiful snow caps melt into miniature rivers, carrying the soggy garbage through the city like a rubbish-filled Venice Canal.

Mayor de Blasio alerted us of this city-wide masterpiece last week, noting that garbage trucks would be used for snow removal, thus delaying trash removal. Anyway, New Yorkers can't get enough of it!