There is just no sane way to archive iCloud photos on your
Mac once you’ve gone past the baseline 5 GB. None whatsoever.
Photos, like iPhoto before it, remains stubbornly autistic where
it regards managing multiple photo libraries — it’s
possible, but fiddly, error-prone and utterly incomprehensible
o the average user.
And, more to the point, there is no way to move photos directly
from one library to another.
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