For the last year, a significant amount of the work I've shot has been multiple exposures.
Specifically I am referring to film shot in single exposure frames -- then rewound, reloaded and shot again.
I don't keep journals or notes or vague memories of what photographs reside on each roll.
When I shoot portraits of someone I always warn them: you will be overlapped with something, but I don't know what it is -- and there is the possibility that this image I am making now will never be seen because of the chaos of light/dark balancing or my own metering fault (see: this).
Often I don't share them online because you have to choose a single orientation that often excludes/prevents seeing anything in the image outside the chosen orientation. So instead of sharing here, I show them to the person/people in them or whomever happens to be sitting next to me when I'm in the mood to look at my own work (usually in search of a specific photograph). And that's about it.
Maybe I'll figure out how to do it here. But until then, the most recent example, below:
Shot on Friday with Brittany at her house in the gorgeous afternoon window light of her bedroom,
shot on Saturday with Bashfulleigh in my kitchen as I dyed my hair while naked and almost made us late for class.