Ring of Fire. I captured the moon glowing orange through forest fire smoke.
The moon is a fast moving target! It moves quickly so you need to use a fast shutter speed to capture it. The best settings for a great moon shot are ISO 100, an aperture between f5.6 and f11, and a shutter speed between 1/125 and 1/250. You will need to use a tripod to avoid vibrations.
If the moon isn't your thing, or simply is not a possibility, perhaps try photographing a scarf twirling in a circle, a ball in motion, or a tire spinning! Have fun with fast shutter speed.