I said I'd make one last post on this subject and this one should do it for now. When I've found that my text or images have been published in whole on another site (usually without credit) the first thing I've done is contact the webmaster. You can usually find a "contact" page somewhere on the website. I've made sure to keep my tone respectful and maybe even friendly. Recently, I found my posts being republished on a site after I'd been asked and said I wasn't interested. That time my tone wasn't very friendly or respectful especially after I noticed that the website was offering to pay gardeners to create original content while taking mine even after I'd said no.
When you discover your blog or feed being scraped the first thing you should do is go through the site and copy all the urls to your copied posts/photos. Then copy all of the urls of the posts from your blog that have been copied. Keep a record of all of these links in a file on your computer and when you contact the webmaster make sure to provide all of the links of the content that is yours and they copied. Give them a few days to respond and if there is no response or they fail to comply with either removing your material or properly crediting you then contact the web host.
In most cases you can find out the name of the company hosting the website in question by conducting a whois search. You can type in the domain of the website there and you should be presented with the administrative contact information and who is hosting the website. Once you know who the host is you can look around the host's website for a link usually titled something like "copyright" or "abuse." If none of those exist look for a "legal" link or a link to the terms of service. Follow the directions the web host provides for filing a complaint and make sure to provide all of the links from the website and your blog to show where the content originated and where it is being used.
PlagiarismToday.com has free samples of letters you can use when filing your complaint with the person repurposing your content, the web host and search engines. That website and Lorelle on WordPress has good information on this subject.
One of the things you can also do is contact the company providing advertising to the site. The link and procedures for people using adsense can be found at the adsense DMCA page. I've not had to do this myself because usually the web host will remove the content if the website owner has ignored my request. This can seem a little complicated but if you spend a few minutes reading the links and information on how to do it you'll realize it isn't as complicated and can usually be done with a few minutes of your time.