I've come across the expression "opens to" in an article from the New York Times:
In the transcendent wordless picture book “Lines,” Suzy Lee (“Wave,” “Shadow”) uses her pencil to draw the reader into layers of her imagination. The book opens to a drawing of a blank page, with only a pencil and eraser. From there, we follow a lone, red-capped ice skater who glides on an expanse of white ice, her skates creating a trailing line behind here.
And I found a similar expression here:
...there are some funny, insightful moments – it opens to her describing a dream, in which she gives birth to herself, to her friend...
Does "opens to" mean "opens with" or "begins with" in these two examples?