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As of October 2014: See this, it offers a direct way to do just what we're looking for. Nutshell: Connect phone to computer Swipe down from top of phone to get to settings (Samsung Note 3) tap "Connected as..." and select "Camera (PTP)" to access photo folders. (Alternatively, tap "Media Device (MTP)" to access all folders) FINALLY!
I agree with Dan Hulme. This solution worked for me: http://lifepluslinux.blogspot.in/2014/10/the-curious-case-of-deleting-nomedia.html?m=1
Maybe because you choosed "Only WiFi" when the app asked you if you want to upload photos via wifi, mobile or both... Try clearing G+'s data and restarting the settings step from zero... I had a similar problem with a S4 and this was the problem/solution ;)
You can access the site of Plus (plus.google.com) and see if your photos are ok. If everything is fine, you can even reset your phone and your photos will be safe. After check your photos on the site, you can try to uninstall and reinstall the app. Maybe it solve the problem.
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