On sheltered face of granite boulder.
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They looked like someone had left a fingernail impression in brown clay, then arranged the leaves in something of a floral pattern. All leaves raised at the edges, but everything very close to the bark. Then again, might just be an odd configuration of bark peeling.
The reason I ask is that I found something amazingly similar on an older Douglas fir on Larch Mtn. last Saturday, but didn’t post it because I didn’t know for sure it was a lichen.