According to Answer.com's Dictionary, a FJORD can be defined as:
The one below should fit that description fine.
A long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between steep slopes.
[Norwegian, from Old Norse fjördhr.]
The picture is from Sørfjorden, a side arm to Hardagerfjorden in Norway. We are at Lofthus, in Ullensvang, looking straight south towards Odda. The snow on the mountaintops to the right is the glacier Folgefonna.
I once had the chance to spend a little time aboard the ketch ("galleas - Hardangerjekt") "Loyal", seen to the left in the picture. As you can see for yourself, it is a beautiful sailing vessel - in fact, it is the sister ship of "Gjøa" that Roald Amundsen used to discover the North-West Passage. It was originally built in 1877 in Rosendal in Hardanger, but has recently been fully restored.
The ship "Loyal" also has its own website.
Do you want to see more fjords? Just look at the top of my Blog - there you can see several of them. It is my daily view.
PS I am rather busy at the moment, so it may be a little while before I can return any visits - but I will!