Must have been Australia. Note the Eucalyptus trees. Could have been California, but the positions of the steering wheels gives it away.
I wonder how many sheep you can get in a Model T?
A yew, and three others
Could have been Argentina or Brazil.
Both countries have 'caliptus trees and sheep and all of the model T's there came with right hand drive. Driving back then was done in the middle of the road regardless of which side the wheel was anyhow. Then in the 30's when the traffic increased they established left hand drive. You can still find many old cars in Uruguay, they call them CACHILAS in Uruguay. all right hand drive.