Yellowstone star Cole Hauser’s Earth Day post is having nature lovers swooning. “Happy #earthday to us all.” The TV star wrote, “Love ya old friend!” Where exactly this photo was taken remains unclear, but fans in the comments are asking whether or not it’s somewhere in Montana.
Cole Hauser’s Nature-Filled Instagram
This isn’t Cole Hauser’s first jaw-dropping nature photo. Based on his Instagram, it’s clear that Hauser values time outside with his family. Hauser’s role as the beloved Rip Wheeler makes him an actor to watch during his on-screen performances, but his nature pics make him a fun actor to follow outside of them.
Another recent nature picture he posted was taken while skiing with his daughter. It appears he tries to get his kids involved in a variety of outdoor activities.
“Cali skiing at its finest.” The caption reads, “#fatherdaughtertime another beautiful day.” The photo displays pristine white mountains and a vibrant blue sky.
Celebrating Earth Day
Earth Day is a holiday dedicated to showing love and appreciation for the Earth. So, Cole Hauser definitely isn’t the only celebrity showing his support for Earth Day and his love for mother nature. From official TV accounts to singers, tons of people are celebrating.
The official Yellowstone Twitter account posted about celebrating Earth Day from the ranch. The photo shows off a vibrant pink sunset.
The official account for the show also tweeted out a video from Paramount about protecting the actual national park. The video features Cole Hauser’s co-star, Ian Bohen, who plays Ryan. In the video, Bohen talks about how much he loves the land and talks to scientists about the importance of protecting it.
Aside from the Yellowstone cast, other stars have also weighed in on their appreciation for mother Earth. Singer Kelsea Ballerini shared a poem about the Earth on both Twitter and Instagram, coupled with photos of herself exploring different parts of the earth.
“I’ve seen more of your shores than ever imagined /red and gold sunsets persuasive of magic/ birds-eyed Grand canyons and dove waterfalls/ wandered through woodlands, wild oaks rising tall, ” she began.
The poem ended with a stanza saying she hoped people will treat the earth well. “I hope we treat you better/ give the love that you deserve/ start to return the favor/ and mother, Mother Earth.”
Whether it’s Cole Hauser’s stunning pictures or Kelsea Ballerini’s poetry, hopefully Earth day inspires people to get out and enjoy nature.