By Erik Wasson
Iran's new president has swaped traditional clerical garb for sports clothes and a baseball cap, as part of his quest to soften his image.
The website says that Rouhani hikes once or twice a week despite his new responsibilities, according to an informal translation. He is shown "birding" in the company of young people and women.
Rouhani recently inked a nuclear deal with President Obama that temporarily lifts some sanctions in exchange for tighter controls on Iran's nuclear energy program. The U.S. and Iran hope the deal leads to a long-term nuclear accord that ends nearly four decades of bad relations between the countries.
Some members of Congress are skeptical of the deal and are tying to insert new sactions on Iran as part of a defense authorization deal coming to the House and Senate floors next week.