Lightroom CC: Continually syncing 10 photos

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my lightroom cc has been continually syncing 10 photos for the past 3 weeks.  The blue circle, top right of the page has been revolving for that period of time.   1 of my 60 albums has had the blue cycle, which normally revolves when images is added to a album, on stop for that period of time, all the images, 45 in number, inside that album have the full round ticked disc showing that the images have been synced.    All the other albums show the full blue ticked disc.
  I have tried deleting that album and then reimporting them from an external hard drive, this did not solve the problem
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David,

Let's do a gut check on what is in the cloud. If you log in at http://lightroom.adobe.com and seek out that particular album - what does the status show on some of these images stuck syncing?
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Sir, I deleted the album an hour ago so there is no album now showing a revolving circle, but the cloud storage panel, top right of page still has the revolving blue circle. The album I deleted was of macro images titled "macro images" I then created a new album entitled "close ups" and imported the images that were in the macro album into close ups from an external HD in the hope that would solve my problem. On the adobe Lightroom .com page the images in the new close ups album are all ticked. Apologies if I've confused things, Bryan
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Oh, the dreded blue circle continues to revolve in the cloud storage panel. Bryan
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Do you still see the blue spinning circle after closing Lightroom CC, restarting your computer, restarting Lightroom CC and allowing 10 minutes or so to pass? (Assumes you have adequate network connectivity)