I quickly created a page myself and was considering adding a few images to the wall. This plan quickly came to a halt when Ian M Butterfield shared the following warning.
If you are uploading photographs to the new Google Pages you need to be aware that your pagesDO NOT inherit your picasa security settings for images. This means that you cannot turn off downloads of original files. It also means that you cannot choose between "Do not allow reuse (All rights reserved)" and "Creative Commons" for your permission for others to use your images.
I have reported the problem on the Google Products Forum (https://groups.google.com/a/googleproductforums.com/forum/#!topic/pages-discuss/vyPJK4f4xBY) And the google representative there says he is reporting the problem back to the team.
Until the issue is addressed by Google I strongly advise against uploading any images to google+ pages.
Please re-share this to warn other photographers.
Instead of sharing portfolio images, I'm only posting photos that are more "behind the lens" types of scenes. Hopefully the terms of service will change soon. In the meantime, let's navigate this new territory together. You can access my page with the logo below.