A semi derelict old barn standing on staddle stones (those mushroom shaped things underneath)
Staddle stones (variations include Steddle stones) were originally used as supporting bases for granaries, hayricks, game larders, etc. The staddle stones lifted the granaries above the ground thereby protecting the stored grain from vermin and water seepage. In Middle English staddle or stadle is stathel, from Old English stathol, a foundation, support or trunk of a tree.
Taken in Calbourne, Isle of Wight, UK
I-Spy a Barn – I-Spy
Last Barn Standing – Time Worn
Architecture – The British Isles