Red Sediments in Bay of Fundy, Canada – November 12th, 201046.5N 63.4W
The land belonging to the Canadian provinces of Nova Scotia (right), New Brunswick (left) and Prince Edward Island (top) can be observed here. The large bay separating the former two is the Bay of Fundy, while the latter is located in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
Red sediments can be seen pouring into two inlets of the Bay of Fundy: Cobequid Bay (right) and Cognecto Bay (left). The Gulf of Saint Lawrence appears mostly sediment free.