Try to find the spot where the photographer was standing.
Developed in 1942 in anticipation of a shortage of wartime materials, the Ryan YPT-25 was built primarily of plastic bonded plywood. However, such shortages never materialized and Ryan's PT-22 was firmly entrenched in the primary trainer role during the Second World War. Accordingly, only five YPT-25's were ever manufactured (Air Force Serial Numbers 42-8703, 42-8704, 42-8705, 42-8706, and 42-8707). Presumably, all five are captured in the photograph above.
Here are a couple of articles in Flight Magazine (today's "Flight International") describing the YPT-25:
New Ryan Built of Bonded Plywood
No. 1768 - Volume XLII
November 12, 1942
Aircraft Types and Their Characteristics
No. 1827 - Volume XLIV
December 30, 1943
I see part of a wing and tail of a B-24 on the right side of this picture.