This is a colorized antique photograph of a church congregation in Nebraska. To me it looks like the coloring was done by hand - the blue sky goes off the edges of the photo (it's mounted on a much larger piece of cardboard). The actual photo is a little brighter than the picture I have of it.
This looks to be 1890s, give or take. There is a lot of writing on the mounting, most of which is faded to the point that I can't read it. But I can read several things: below the picture is written Rosen Kirche. I'm not sure if it is one word or two, either way I think it's German and it means Red Church. On back someone has written Rev. J.E. Baumgartner, Watertown, Buffalo Co., Nebraska. In the back near the middle of the line of people, a man is wearing clerical garments, and I suppose that is the good Reverend. There are all kinds of people in this photo, young and old.
So, one day in the 1890s, give or take, a church congregation gathered outside and had their picture taken. Interesting.