Sediments from the Rivers Severn and Thames, United Kingdom – July 6th, 201051.5N 0.1W
Sediments spill forth from the Rivers Severn and Thames in the United Kingdom. Those from the Severn, on the west coast, are bright tan in color, coloring the waters of the Severn Estuary and much of the Bristol Channel.
A lesser quantity of sediments is being released from the Thames, on the east coast, although the Thames Estuary is still greenish in color. By following the river inland, London, the capital of the United Kingdom, can be observed as a brownish area amidst the surrounding green landscape.