It's the only 787 I've seen, and because they've been taken out of service we likely won't see any more for a while. Taken earlier this month with my D300 and 18-200 out of a window in the San Diego airport while waiting for my flight.
Thanks, Armando. It was an obviously easy shot out the terminal window. I saw the plane being pushed back to taxi for take-off and then went to the window to wait for it to go. I stood there for at least ten minutes waiting, and took the shot. I then put my camera away and went back to sit down. A few minutes later a TSA agent came into the area, walking around, looking around all the windows near my gate. My conjecture is someone reported a suspicious guy with a camera standing at the window and he was going to investigate. After looking around a few minutes and not seeing anyone, he left. I thought that might be worth a mention because of the many threads about photographing aircraft, and more generally, about photographers being viewed suspiciously regardless of their locations.
I work for UNITED and take a lot of photos at George Bush Intercontinental.... my orange vest helps make it easier to be able to shoot. This was the first domestic airline 787-800, it was a big deal here in Houston. They are the most complex airliner besides Concorde and they have had a few hiccups mostly because of the 2 large batteries made for Boeing by a Japanese company.