Miss Southern Leyte 2010

Miss Southern Leyte 2010 from Digital Minds on Vimeo.

“Nineteen gorgeous ladies vying for the title of… Miss Southern Leyte 2010!”, exclaimed the hosts. Yes, the Miss Southern Leyte 2010 Pageant was truly an awesome event, mesmerizing a gigantic crowd populating the Capitol grounds. What made it even more special was that the pageant was part of the 50th Founding Anniversary celebration of the province which occurs only… you guessed it – every half a century. Their sexy swimsuits were provided by Salvador Malto of The Company We Keep. Hats off to pageant director Alex “Django” Gómez Diola who did a phenomenal job (with only two weeks to prepare, I might add). You certainly pulled it off, my friend! Again, the Digital Minds Video Team was there to cover the ladies… errr… the event.

All the contestants looked super gorgeous and Miss San Juan certainly deserved the crown. My personal favorite was Miss Sogod who I think won the crowd over with her elegance. Miss Maasin was most eloquent and bagged second place. Everyone else exuded confidence and grace as they did their thing on the stage. I’m sure the judges had a hard time.

One thing I learned about Southern Leyte is that the province has an abundance of natural beauty such as waterfalls, pristine beaches, caves and rock formations all waiting to be discovered by fellow Filipinos and international travelers alike.

Who knows? The provincial government might tap the likes of Digital Minds to document these spots as a way to encourage tourism to these parts of the country. But then again, we might cover the event next year…

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5 Comments on "Miss Southern Leyte 2010"

  1. Joey
    13/07/2010 at 3:39 pm Permalink

    hi. nice vid sir. kaw to gadala ug 16-35mm? nindot kaayo ang output dah. makatintal. 🙂

  2. Joey
    14/07/2010 at 8:34 am Permalink

    Yup that was me!!! : ) the DSLR is a bit of a challenge to use but the quality is worth the hassle.

  3. Joey
    johnmar cero
    04/08/2010 at 7:16 am Permalink

    grabeh proud to be cabalianon… mao jud ang ningdaug

  4. Joey
    Reigh P. Monreal
    18/01/2011 at 10:54 am Permalink

    Southern Leyte is very much like Bohol in terms of language and hospitality of the people. It also abounds with natural resources for industries like agriculture and tourism. There’s no doubt SL can be like Bohol in the future as regards tourism. But if this industry is not on top of the list of government projects, the private sector can initiate. And I think some LGUs are doing their share in promoting SL as a touist destination.

  5. Joey
    joel ordinez
    28/06/2012 at 8:26 am Permalink


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