I gathered together a few different genres and styles of photography to maybe help you on your way and give you some new ideas.
You could argue that there as many different styles of photography as photographers taking pictures - but there are some rough genres, so have fun mixing and matching to find out what you enjoy doing. I'll try to illustrate examples with my photo's, so please forgive their quality!
Don't forget to challenge yourself and do something new, step out of your comfort zone and learn a new technique, whether it be in camera or in post processing.
My favourite subjects at the moment, but why not try and put a spin on it, with a black and white treatment,
or try a different perspective - avoid the sky!
Try the beach...
From a different angle?
Sunsets are always good.
Maybe go black and white?
Take shots from a building...
Or of buildings...
Macro. A whole world of possibilities. First, the ubiquitous flower shot:
How about a bit abstract?
Or some other interest?
A different background?
Still Life - Take inspiration from painters.
Or everyday objects.
Or as part of the scene,
Play with shutter-speeds. Fast:
Depth of Field. Small:
Animals. The hard to find:
And next doors cat...
There's a world of possiblities out there. Take inspiration from other photographers, try to recreate what they've done so that skill-set is added to your arsenal. Shoot as often as possible, and enjoy seeing the world from a different perspective.