Just before Glen and I headed off to Frankston this morning for a day with the grandchildren, (oh, and the daughters and sons-in-law), there was a small job to be done on the course. When I was picking up some sprinklers, my gaze began to focus on some nearby tree tops - something I tend to be a guilty of. As I did so, this odd shaped cloud was sitting just above the trees.
I haven't researched the type yet, so if anyone out there would like to enlighten me I would be very appreciative. It was the only cloud in the sky at the time.
While I'm on the topic of the firmament, the moon last night was full and very bright.
What a wonderful planet we occupy!
PS: Thanks Bronwen, (see comments). It's a lenticular cloud. Seemed fairly low to me, so probably a 'strato cumulus standing lenticular formation'. There is an interesting article here, in Wikipedia. Great stuff!