You're looking at a weedy, stony bit of disturbed ground sandwiched between logging road and logging slash; nothing to see here. And then you stop and look again. Look down.
|Better still, kneel down.|
I think these are one of the Draba species, although I can't find a match. The flowers; four mouse-ear petals, white with yellow markings; match the drabas. But the leaves march up the stem, with flowers sprouting from the axils. Most of the Drabas I know carry the flowers atop bare stalks.
|The largest of the leaves, measured at home, was 8 mm long.|
|Unusual leaves, with spent flower base.|