STEPHANOPOULOS: That is all we have time for today. Thank you all very much. We're going to be right back with the story behind this incredible photograph.
But first, we honor our fellow Americans who serve and sacrifice. This week, the Pentagon released the names of six soldiers and Marines killed in Afghanistan.
STEPHANOPOULOS: And before we go, "Your Voice, Your Picks."
For four weeks, you've been sharing photos that show what America means to you, a sailor in Afghanistan seeing his daughter for the first time over Skype, a barn in Manhattan, Manhattan, Montana that is. And this sublime scene from a Hot Springs, Arkansas, shoe repair shop.
We talked with the photographers who snapped two of the most popular shots.
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(UNKNOWN): Hi, I'm Steve Borko (ph). I live in Bethesda, Maryland. I took the photograph in Monument Valley. I think the American western landscape is, in fact, a part of our heritage, imagining people pushing west with just wagons and horses.
(UNKNOWN): I'm Kristin Frenek (ph), and I'm from Cortland, Indiana. It's my daughter, Lucy Kate (ph). The picture is basically the essence of freedom. She's still enjoying the freedom of the farm that has been in her family for over 100 years.
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STEPHANOPOULOS: Remember, this is the last week to submit a photo, so head over to abcnews.com/thisweek for details. And next Sunday, we'll show you the shot you all liked the best.
We'll be right back.
STEPHANOPOULOS: That is all for us today. Check out "World News" with David Muir tonight. And tune in tomorrow for a rare and exclusive report from Martha Raddatz. She is in Yemen, home to America's most wanted terrorists right now. There are drone strikes going on almost every day against Al Qaida elements there.
And thanks for sharing part of your Sunday with us. I'll see you tomorrow on "GMA."