One thing that is fun to do is to work with you camera and to use motion within your lens to create different images. Slow shutter speed. A fast hand. And a twirl of your zoom lens.
I took the above in our neighbor's are and played with multiple exposure that is a part of my camera. Hand-held. And swirl.
One of the things that I wanted to do is to have a central point with a bit a color and then to use the multi-exposure function of my camera to capture a series of images. This is all about trial and I was so pleased that my first multiple-exposure image worked for me.
There are other photos, but I really please with the above photo. When using multiple exposure or other camera techniques, the key is to try many things, keep it as simple as possible, and be open to what you get!