Personally I don't care for the angle of light here in Denver this time of year. It stays pretty low on the horizon and mostly south. So for the three (soon to be four) north/south runways we have, the light is either head on or behind and slightly above the aircraft all the time. Very little side lighting except for early in the morning and some later on in the afternoon.
But, it does well on the two east/west runways. Only one of them, 07/25 is easily accessible though. 08/26 can only be accessed by a dirt road, but is worth the drive if the light and wind is good.
What Shawn says about the snow and cornfields is partially true. If there is snow (we don't get a lot of it here..) the reflected light is fun to shoot with. The fields all around the airport at times add some unique light, but not all year.
Denver gets more sunny days per year then San Diego, and far less snow then what most people think.