I took this photo of a one-room schoolhouse back in April, but I just couldn't ever decide how I wanted to process it to the fullest. Then, I saw KK's newest texture, which is called 123. After playing around with it, this is my end result:
The bottom gradient layer is a black to white gradient map to desaturate a smidge. The next layer, the red to green gradient fill, is to add a vintage tone. (And HERE is the tut that taught me this.) The 123 texture layer is soft light, focused on the sky. The last gradient fill layer is my vignette, VERY soft. Lastly, I used KK's bent edges texture on pin light (specifically above the vignette and focused on the grass) to add that finishing vintage touch.
PS - If you are interested, HERE is a link that explains the history of this particular one-room schoolhouse and why it is so special to the Constitution State.