The result isNo Man’s Land, a self-published book of photography, showing women, mostly alone and often scantily clad, in Spain, Italy, and Romania. . . . Of course, they didn’t consent to being on Google Street View, either, but there they are, in the public domain, alone or in pairs, seated on white plastic chairs by the side of the road. Assuming a woman out alone in public is a prostitute sounds like a Victorian conceit, but what about a woman walking down the highway in a bikini-like getup?