These new images not only update the rapidly-changing skyline of the City, but they are also shot at even higher resolution than the 2010 images. Moreover, the City of Lincoln is now part of a consortium of governmental entities in Nebraska and western Iowa that collaborated on the project, and can now access one another's imagery.
Here are two examples. First, a view of Union Plaza in Lincoln, viewed from the west across 21st Street. This would have been little more than a ditch in the 2010 images. Now, it has grown a big head. Second is a view of TD Ameritrade Park in downtown Omaha. I believe that would be the Creighton and Southern Illinois on the field. This would have been a busy construction site in the 2010 imagery.