Where "Chinatown" Began: Flying Over Owens Lake During California's Drought

The Owens Valley is the site of California's oldest and most enduring water war, and the inspiration for the classic noir film Chinatown. Vogue.com sent the aerial photographer George Steinmetz to document the valley, now in the throes of severe drought, from above. Video by George Steinmetz

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