Things to try:
1. Don't "restore to original location" but change it to what it should be, without moving the content with it. Then copy the contents yourself.
2. Find it in the registry and change it there.
3. Disable system restore on the e:-drive. That might delete that folder. If not deleted, boot into a Linux disc or stick and delete from there. But i think the whole contents of e:\ will be moved then if you change the location moving the files. Then you might need to (temporarily) delete all contents of e: except the picture you want to move.
So my i was transferring pictures from my phone to my pc (a lot of them) and i noticed they were going in the C:\ drive, so i right click on the default pictures folder (the first one in "This PC" folder) and changed its location to E:\ but now its name has changed to "E:\" and it has other sub folders unrealted to pictures when i open it, namely the same ones as in the E:\ drive. When i try to click restore to original location, it gives me an error message "Failed to build the list of regular subdirectories under E:\System Volume Information. Access is denied". Please help me fix this mess.