Even Pizza Looks Disgusting in This Dirty, Melted Snow

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Photo: Spencer Platt/2014 Getty Images

It's quite warm outside and it is not snowing, which is a huge improvement from the last, what, six months? But as a result of our recent winter hellscape, the trash has festered, no one picks up after their dogs, and the leftover snow is there to catch it all, turning foul colors in the process. Getty photographer Spencer Platt, as showcased by The Wall Street Journal, managed to make it into art. Nasty, depressing art. It's almost over.

The one percent are affected as well:

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 20: A bottle of wine is viewed on top of a melting mound of snow as temperatures in New York City reach into the mid 40's revealing trash that's been buried for weeks on February 20, 2014 in New York City. After weeks of bitter cold weather and heavy snow, New York and much of the Northeast got a break from winter with sun and warming temperatures. The forecast calls for temperatures to remain warm through the weekend before falling back down next week. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/2014 Getty Images

And in this one, we see the rotting of our bodies and brains throughout this seemingly endless frigid season:

NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 20: An apple core is viewed on top of a melting mound of snow as temperatures in New York City reach into the mid 40's revealing trash that's been buried for weeks on February 20, 2014 in New York City. After weeks of bitter cold weather and heavy snow, New York and much of the Northeast got a break from winter with sun and warming temperatures. The forecast calls for temperatures to remain warm through the weekend before falling back down next week. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) Photo: Spencer Platt/2014 Getty Images

See more here, or just walk outside and get it on your shoes.