From the looks of it, you either bottled too early or didn't do a very good job of racking it. If it's because you bottled too early, keep a close eye on them and watch for bottle bombs. You may want to vent them every now and then. If it's the second possibility, next time just try to leave as much sediment as possible behind when you rack.
As far as fixing it, you could try siphoning it into new bottles. This would leave a lot of headspace, though. Another option would be to siphon all the bottles back into the bottling bucket, then rebottle. Again, this would cause lots of oxidation. Lastly, you could just carefully decant before drinking it. The last option seems like the best, but if you age for too long with that much sediment you risk autolysis. So, you're kind of between a rock and a hard place. I'd go with the last option, just finish drinking it quickly.