4-4 point distant high approach
The distant high approach to the 4-4 point at is a light move rarely seen in even games. is often used in handicap games.
Black continues with a or b.
xela: It seems to me that this move is rare enough, and has enough different followups, that we can't really call any of this "joseki". At the very least, if a and b deserve to be discussed then moves c--j are equally deserving: all of them occur in pro games (although a is certainly the most common).
at either a or b. Black at a is a clear division of territory while black at b offers white options.
The continuations after are the same as the joseki without and .