Nice job, Radomir! One of our main goals on this forum is teaching people how to use PS. So, even if this person just wants someone to do the work for him and doesn't care how it was accomplished, others, reading the thread at a future date might very well be interested in the method you used.
You don't have to write up a full, step-by-step tutorial, but it would be nice if you could at least give a general idea of how you did it, e.g., "I used curves", "I used a gold colored layer in 'color' layer blending mode", "I used a gold colored photo filter", etc.
The help, answers, and solutions provided in any given thread not only benefit the original poster, but many visiting guests and members that may be viewing or searching for this particular issue in the future.
Simply providing the finished image without explanation is somewhat counterproductive to our forums goals. I realize that this may not be the goals for everyone.
I understood your "good" argument and I can assure you that I do not now nor did I have an "issue" with it. My post was meant in jest. I was under the impression that you understood this based on your first comment, which I found rather funny.
Then you edited your comment and showed your true colors. I now realize what I'm dealing with so carry on.