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Where's this lone tree and hills south of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan?

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This has been photographed at least twice . Where is it? Can you drive right up to it?

This was photographed back in early July, before it stopped raining completely. I hiked into the hills south of Moose Jaw and spotted this small bluff of trees backing a hill and decided to make way that way. I lucked out with all these flowers laid out beautifully in front the trees. I waited for the light to get good and got my shot. It took a few tries. Even with a slight breeze these flowers were blowing around pretty good and I was working on a focus stack.

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I think this is 50°01'33.7"N 105°13'30.8"W. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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