Under Photos > More, the option has being removed.
Photo "Highlights" only shows some of the pictures that got backed-up. I would like to be able to access all uploaded pictures from my phone, to delete, make albums, etc... like we used to be able to.
Unless there is a simpler way I'm missing?
Choose any album in Highlights view. Now scroll down to the lower right-hand corner -- you should find this image is greyed out, with a superimposed arrow (r/h caret symbol).
I think you can see where I'm going, here...simply click on the arrow to reveal the rest of your images in this folder. It's that simple. Same principle applies on the GPlus website, too.
Better still, in Google's implementation of this 'Highlights' concept you can choose your own 'Highlights'. From within the album view, select some pics then go to the blue menubar.
The far-right option is More. Click that to reveal the Highlight tick-box. You can choose to highlight a single photo or several at once...use Select to tick as many as you want.
Here's the applicable page from an excellent TheNextWeb article that covers Google+ Photos in far greater detail, including some handy visual aids.:
Hope this helps.. :-)
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