|Annoying links to Google+ automatically generated in Blogger.|
As of today, I'm stuck with the "new Google+" which lacks the old features that used to allow for managing photo archives. Now all the photo management of my Google+ photo archives must be done through Google Photos.
|Gallery of Book and Magazine Covers|
When Google devoured YouTube, it failed to make a smooth transition and somehow I ended up with two different Google+ accounts and two different Google Photos accounts. My main Google Photos account has some kind of bug: it never stops "loading". My best guess is they intentionally don't make their website compatible with my browser.
|album of posters (image credits)|
Back in 2013 I started keeping to Google+ "albums" with images that I had made for this blog. One was for book and magazine covers and the other was for posters.
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|Images from my Blogger blogs; there are now five "wiki fiction" subfolders.|
|The oldest wikifiction images|
|March 2013 - Sept. 2014 images|
|Sept. 2014 - Dec. 2015 images|
When I started blogging I usually had one image in each blog post. Now I tend to have many images in each post.
|Dec. 2015 - Jan. 2017 images|
|current wikifiction image album|
One source of amusement are the Google photo archive "assistants". Shown below are results from the Google artificial intelligence at work, trying to identify places shown in my photos.
|50 recent covers|
I also have another way to view the image archives, sets of "animated" views of the covers. These animated gif images are limited to a maximum of 50 images.
|The Google "Places Assistant" at work.|